Cannabis contains a compound that may kill brain cancers that chemotherapy and radiation can’t touch, so why isn’t it being used today? In recent years, we’ve focused heavily on educating our readers about the still relatively unknown role that cancer stem cells play in cancer, both in terms of conventional
Less than 12 months ago, Cristina was given eight weeks to live and had her children taken away from her as she was too ill to care for them. Despite being an NHS Nurse for 30yrs, Catherine knew that orthodox Chemo & Radio-therapy treatment could KILL Cristina … but she
Seven-year old Sophia is just like many other seven-year olds. She loves playing outside and singing along as she watches Disney movies. But Sophia has suffered from intractable epilepsy, a debilitating disorder that can cause her to have more than 100 seizures a day, since she was six months old.
A recent article in Business Insider details 21 health benefits from using cannabis. Despite the fact that the Drug Enforcement Agency categorizes marijuana as a schedule I drug, one that has no accepted medical use, a majority of Americans have thought medical pot should be legal since the late 1990s
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A study published in November 2014 in Molecular Cancer Therapeutics and conducted at St. George’s University of London’s Department of Oncology has found that the use of cannabinoids, specifically delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD), may be useful in treating high-grade gliomas, potentially slowing the disease’s progression. Some of the results from this study, summarized by MedicalJane.com:
Medical marijuana may be the next big thing for treating high grade glioma, an aggressive brain tumor. A recent study published November 2014 by Molecular Cancer Therapeutics revealed that two ingredients – the cannabidiol and Δ9 -Tetrahydrocannabinol – isolated from cannabis, as in marijuana, enhance the effect of radiation, a treatment modality of cancer,