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Marijuana to cancer patients

More than two-thirds of cancer patients who were prescribed medical marijuana to combat pain are reportedly satisfied with the treatment. The study - conducted

www.infolive.tv 30.01.2012

The study - conducted recently at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, in conjunction with the Israel Cancer Association - involved 264 cancer patients who were treated with medical marijuana for a full year. Some 61 percent of the respondents reported a significant improvement in their quality of life as a result of the medical marijuana, while 56 percent noted an improvement in their ability to manage pain. The most common types of cancer for which medical marijuana is prescribed are lung cancer, breast cancer, and pancreatic cancer.

  • Deux tiers des patients atteints du cancer et qui se sont vus prescrire du cannabis médical contre la douleur, se disent satisfaits du traitement.
published Friday 3 February 2012 13:17