People with breast cancer may use marijuana, also called cannabis, to manage symptoms and counteract treatment side effects.
Medical cannabis improved pain and other symptoms in patients undergoing cancer treatment, while significantly reducing their use of opioids and other analgesics, according to a new study by Israeli researchers.
Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation (TXOG) announced that 14-year-old patient James Challenger has gone two years without experiencing a seizure in March 2022.
Dr Stephen Barnhill MD, CEO of Apollon Formularies Plc, examines medical cannabis and the future of cancer treatments across the UK and the European healthcare sectors
As medical cannabis becomes legal in more states, cancer patients are increasingly interested in the potential utility of the ancient botanical in their treatment regimen.
At 73, Olivia Newton-John is enduring her third bout with breast cancer. She was first diagnosed in 1992 and didn’t enter remission until 2013 when she underwent additional treatment.
As of February 2022, 37 states along with the District of Columbia have legalized medical cannabis, and 19 states plus the District of Columbia have legalized adult-use cannabis.