Whole-Plant Cannabis Use Associated with Decreased Likelihood of Developing Bladder Cancer
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Whole-Plant Cannabis Use Associated with Decreased Likelihood of Developing Bladder Cancer

A survey/chart study published in The Journal of Urology in February 2015 found that whole-plant cannabis use is associated with a decreased likelihood of developing bladder cancer. What is Bladder Cancer? Bladder cancer is caused by an overproliferation of abnormal cells of the bladder (an organ in the body that collects urine). Tumors can press on or block surrounding structures or spaces, causing dysfunction in normal body...

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Cannabinoids Offer Possible Treatment for High Grade Gliomas
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Cannabinoids Offer Possible Treatment for High Grade Gliomas

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.What Are High Grade Gliomas ? Gliomas are a type of advanced brain cancer that are...

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Action anti-métastatique d’un composé du cannabis, le cannabidiol (CBD) – Colloque du Flyer 2014
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Cannabis Extract Fights ‘Incurable Form’ of Leukemia
Mai02

Cannabis Extract Fights ‘Incurable Form’ of Leukemia

A remarkable case report documents a 14-year old girl who, after 34-months of chemo, radiation and bone marrow transplant treatments, was given up for dead. Her family discovered research on cannabis extract, and before she died of a secondary complication of her original treatment, used it successfully to put her leukemia into remission. There are plenty of anecdotal reports of the successful use of cannabis in treating cancer, but...

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Un biologiste moléculaire explique comment le THC tue complètement le cancer
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Un biologiste moléculaire explique comment le THC tue complètement le cancer

De l’Université Compultense de Madrid, Espagne, le Dr Christina Sanchez a étudié les effets anti-tumoraux du THC, le principal composant psychoactif du cannabis, pendant plus d’une décennie. Elle fournit de l’information saine qui explique exactement comment le THC tue entièrement les cellules cancéreuses, sans effets nocifs sur les cellules saines. Sa recherche est un complément au travail d’autre, comme le scientifique britannique,...

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Study: Cannabis Extracts Rich In Cannabidiol (CBD) May Effectively Treat Colon Cancer
Jan10

Study: Cannabis Extracts Rich In Cannabidiol (CBD) May Effectively Treat Colon Cancer

As we know, cannabis extracts have been reported to treat a number of ailments. There have been a number of anecdotal success stories, leading to an increased interest in cannabis concentrates (RSO, BHO, Solventless Wax, etc.) as a viable treatment option.Following suit, a recent study adds a bit more fuel to the fire. Partially funded by GW Pharmaceuticals, it suggests that cannabis extracts rich in cannabidiol (CBD) may be an...

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