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Dr Katelaris, who also has a PhD, worked as a surgeon on Sydney's north shore until 2005 when he was struck off the medical register for supplying cannabis to friends and relatives.

Ms M stayed in hospital for several days but refused treatment and stands by Dr Katelaris. She told the HCCC he should be allowed to continue the trial.

A deregistered doctor who injected huge doses of cannabis oil into two women with ovarian cancer has been reported to the police after one patient died and the other suffered major complications.

"He has blamed everyone but himself for what went wrong."

Within minutes of the women receiving the injections they started to experience severe stomach cramping followed by vomiting and confusion and Dr Katelaris took them to the Calvary Mater and John Hunter Hospital respectively, two days later.

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“Growth happens through obstacles and only with resistance. A tree must push up against the dirt, the solid resistance of the ground, in order to grow. Muscles grow when we apply a counterforce of resistance against them, but first they tear apart and break down, only to become stronger in the rebuilding. A butterfly struggles against the cocoon that surrounds it, and it is this very struggling that makes it resilient enough to survive when it breaks free.”

Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu summarised Ubuntu referencing the ancient Vedic story of the butterfly:

“We believe that a person is a person through another person.” The word Ubuntu means “I am because we are” in Sanskrit it is called Sohum, “You are, therefore I am”. The word “you” in the sense that we are part of the living earth; earth, air, fire, water, space and time are sacred, our relationship to them is that of reverence. Ubuntu (Sohum) means we are all related, interdependent and connected.

We believe the solitary individual is a contradiction in terms and therefore we seek to work for the common good because our humanity comes into its own in belonging. The I exists only in relationship to others. The earth is, therefore I am. My ancestors and teachers are, therefore I am. We believe that to manipulate creation with any greed or selfish intent Is a violation of Sacred Lore. Creation is Sacred, “The Earth Is Therefore I Am”

Ubuntu is a non-dualistic all embracing multi-faith philosophy and way of life.

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Dr Katelaris is one of a number of Australian medicinal cannabis activists currently facing prison terms for their involvement with the controversial medicine. The doctor was released on bail in January, but subsequently arrested and sent back to prison over a small quantity of cannabis.

Mr Burton visited the doctor in gaol last Sunday, reporting he is “in reasonably good health and spirits” and that he is very pleased with the direction their mutual criminal suppression charge challenge is taking.

Mr Burton will be appearing in court on May 25, when he’ll be presenting arguments to challenge the validity of the charges. He expects that a date will then be set for the Director of Public Prosecutions to respond.


Well-known medicinal cannabis practitioner Dr Andrew Katelaris was also subject to the terms of the suppression order. The doctor is currently being detained at Cessnock prison after being arrested last year, over a quantity of cannabis that was allegedly found in his St Ives home.

The grounds set out in the notice of motion filed by Mr Burton on April 12 include that his court attendance notice is in breach of section 23 of the Criminal Procedure Act 1986, as it contains more than three similar counts in the indictment.

Mr Burton was also charged with six counts of recklessly contravening a non-publication order, under section 16(1) of the Court Suppression and Non-Publication Orders Act 2010. The maximum penalty for this offence is 12 months behind bars and/or a fine of $110,000.

However, the boy’s family and members of the church assert that his condition was improving prior to removal due to the alternative therapies the boy had been undergoing, and that traditional western medicines, including vaccinations, had an adverse effect upon his health in the past.