Cannabis Cures Cancer?
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Does cannabis cure cancer? There are many stories but little scientifically verifiable evidence. Cancer is a big subject and easily misunderstood. But there is no doubt cannabis has anti-cancer effects, so why does the US government pretend it has no legitimate medical uses? More
Rick Simpson was a Systems Engineer for a hospital in Nova Scotia when he discovered the benefits of eating concentrated cannabis oil. When Simpson began treating people who were suffering from a wide variety of illnesses, including cancer, the Canadian government arrested him. Jack Herer initially asked me to cover Simpson's story, and I ended up writing the first major magazine article on him, which opened up a firestorm inside the legalization movement, prompting a "note of caution" from Dr. Lester Grinspoon. Over the last few years, new evidence has emerged to support Simpson, but little in the way of solid, verifiable evidence that could be used in a scientific paper. This eBook is an ever-developing overview of the cannabis and cancer controversy as it exists today and will be updated periodically as new information emerges.
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