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Cannabis, Cancer, And The Ongoing Federal Suppression Of Research (Part 2)

  • by Paul Armentano, NORML Deputy Director May 21, 2008

    Following yesterday’s blog post regarding the use of cannabinoids as potential treatment agents for gliomas, the good folks at Cannabis TV have made available a short video presentation on the subject.

    The following interview took place this past April, just prior to my presentation at the Fifth National Clinical Conference on Cannabis Therapeutics.

    One Response to “Cannabis, Cancer, And The Ongoing Federal Suppression Of Research (Part 2)”

    1. Alex Kisin says:

      I wish we had compassion for people that are ill.
      My personal experience with Glioma is a scar that will never heal, because my thoughts and prayers go out to my girlfriends 7 year old cousin. She was diagnosed with Stage 4 Glioma and has undergone Chemo, Radiation, and Numerous invasive surgeries. If pot was to cure her illness, she would of never lost her youth to the treatments that are SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE. I hope we as a nation can look at Science and Compassion.

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