Jan 12 (Reuters) - Canadian medical marijuana company CanniMed Therapeutics Inc said on Friday it filed a lawsuit alleging multiple claims of wrongdoing and seeking $725 million in damages related to Aurora Cannabis Inc's hostile takeover bid.



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