Tomorrow’s Analytical Cannabis Track Keynote Talk

September 13—Baltimore, Maryland— Tracy Ryan, co-founder of NKore Biotherapeutics, will give a keynote talk tomorrow in the analytical meeting room at 9:00 a.m. The talk is titled “Saving Sophie: One Mom’s Journey to Find a Cure Using Cannabis and Cell Therapy” and will be presented remotely on video.

Tracy Ryan, co-founder of NKore Biotherapeutics, will give a keynote talk tomorrow in the analytical meeting room at 9:00 a.m. The talk is titled “Saving Sophie: One Mom’s Journey to Find a Cure Using Cannabis and Cell Therapy” and will be presented remotely on video.

Tracy Ryan’s 9-year-old daughter Sophie has battled a low-grade brain tumor since she was an infant. Sophie’s journey using cannabis is featured in the Ricki Lake Netflix documentary, Weed the People. After seeing unexplainable successes with Sophie, they spent the next 8 years helping patients globally through their brand CannaKids. Research was the next step since cannabis wasn’t fully eradicating Sophie’s tumor, but immunologically it was profound. Tracy has since co-founded the cancer immunotherapy therapeutic and diagnostic company, NKore Biotherapeutics. Since licensing Dr. Anahid Jewett’s suite of patents, backed by 30-years of research, Ryan and Jewett continue their fight to bring non-toxic treatments to patients using Supercharged Natural Killer Cells, cannabis, and probiotics, with curing Sophie as a focus.

Tracy Ryan is the co-founder of NKore Biotherapeutics, a cancer research, diagnostics, and therapeutics company. Ryan is also the founder of CannaKids. Her family is the featured family in the Ricki Lake produced Netflix documentary, Weed the People, that documented their daughter’s journey using cannabis to treat her pediatric brain tumor.

For more information on the analytical track, please visit the 2021 Cannabis Science Conference East Final Program & Exhibitor Guide.