Dr. Christina Sanchez -- a molecular biologist at Compultense University in Madrid, Spain -- explains how THC kills cancer cells.</p>
"A Question of Compassion: An AIDS/Cancer Patient Explores Medical Marijuana" was best-selling author's Peter McWilliams' final work. Peter died at the age of 50 because he was denied access to his life-saving cannabis, but he dedicated his las...
A pharmaceutical company in the United Kingdom, specializing in the research and development of pot-based drugs, recently obtained early approval on a patent covering two specific cannabinoids found in marijuana to be used as treatment for brain cancer.
A pharmaceutical company in the UK recently announced the completion of the first-recorded clinical trial to test the effects of cannabis-based medicine against cancer cells.
There is a significant amount of evidence piling up that not only suggests that marijuana can ease the ill effects of brain cancer, but it also has the medicinal power to snuff it out at the core.