Prostate Cancer: Early data suggest medicinal cannabis could treat the deadly disease

Of the trial, Director of Cancer Research UK’s Clinical Trials Unit (CRCTU), Professor Pam Kearns said: “Our mission at the CRCTU is to translate cutting edge science and research into improved patient care by identifying novel therapies that will save lives.

“It is vital like this, investigating the role cannabis or the chemicals in it can play to treat cancer, are carried out”.

Every year around 166,000 people die from cancer in the UK; the equivalent of losing the population of Canterbury.

As a result, it’s vital that every avenue of treatment possibility is tried so that fewer lives are lost.


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