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Former Federal Prosecutor Changes Teams, Joins Cannabis Company

Not too long ago, Duncan Levin was responsible for rooting out money launderers and drug dealers in New York. Today, it was announced that he will join GoFire, a Denver-based digital cannabis healthcare firm focused on vaporization technologies.

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“We are honored by Duncan’s choice to participate with the GoFire team on our board of advisors,” said Peter Calfee, CEO of GoFire, Inc. “His background and experience will prove invaluable as GoFire brings a solution to the world of plant-based medicine that has eluded both the medical and pharmaceutical communities,” Calfee added.

“With Duncan’s input and guidance, I believe that we will be able to bring a solution to patients, physicians and regulators alike that will address the issues of dose-ability, safety, and consistency of plant-based medicines. The end result should finally legitimize the therapeutic potential of plant-based medicine delivery platforms,” Calfee continued.

Levin was a well-respected former federal prosecutor and expert in the space of anti-fraud, anti-money laundering, and trade sanctions. He has more than 20 years of experience, including his time as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). Levin specialized in money laundering and asset forfeiture and served on the senior staff of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, where he was Chief of Asset Forfeiture. As the forfeiture chief for Manhattan, District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., Levin oversaw all criminal and civil asset forfeiture and money laundering on a wide variety of cases, including white-collar fraud, identity theft, organized crime, terrorist financing, and narcotics cases.

The GoFire system bridges the true potential of plant-based-medicine with physicians and researchers by providing a convection vaporizer paired with a smartphone application. The entire ecosystem was designed to help patients, physicians, and researchers better understand the therapeutic and medicinal benefits of plant-based medicine by providing real-time data on use and efficacy.

“There is undoubtedly a need for patients and physicians to have access to plant-based medicine, delivered in individualized metered doses along with a technology platform that provides accountability and efficacy tracking,” said Levin. “GoFire combines all of it in one device, and I have no doubt that it will quickly become the default standard for any state hoping to legalize plant-based therapies now and in the future.”

GoFire’s proprietary micro-dosing technology enables precise control of plant-based concentrates in metered, controllable increments. For more information, visit the GoFire website.


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