There are over ten thousand scientific publications available online that shows the anti-cancer properties of cannabis in pre-clinical tests. Many of these studies have concluded that medical cannabis offers palliative care benefits, including appetite stimulation, pain relief and more. But an overwhelming amount of research also indicates that cannabinoids from cannabis can do so much more. Data from these scientific research shows that medical cannabis has antitumor effects and may one day be used as a cancer treatment, not just as a drug to ease symptoms of the disease. We hand-picked few relevant research in different areas of cancer for you to review and understand why cancer clinical trials using cannabis is the most important next step that could validate the anti-tumor properties of cannabis in humans and help turn some of the important cannabis molecules into a federally approved drug.
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