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The Foundation Name: We started with a vision to eliminate 100,000,000 doses of opioids from the “street” by the impact cannabis-based medicine has on decreasing the amount of opioids — what it takes to manage opioid use due to chronic pain or substance use disorder. There is evidence that cannabis-based medicine is one of the innovative and alternative ways to manage pain and slow the cycle of lethal drug use.Along the planning pathway, 100,000,000 doses became 100,000,000 Ways – to fund clinical research, collect real-word evidence and publish quality data to realize this vision. Please contact me at any time at email@example.com with any questions or concerns or use the online submission form below. Brian J. Chadwick
100 Million Ways supports regulatory grade data collection and science to determine the effectiveness of cannabis-based medicine in helping to break the chains of unwanted opioid use and substance use disorder.
Target:100,000,000 opioid tablets
Broadening the FocusWith the emergence of the coronavirus epidemic, 100 Million Ways has sought to reach beyond our immediate mission to address the unique stresses this crisis has placed on chronic pain sufferers reliant on opioids and people with the disease that is substance use disorder.