A thoughtful and well researched article by Kimberly Carter Gamble.
‘In the movie THRIVE, I acknowledged that cancer had run through my family like a raging river. Two weeks ago that river found its way back into my life when I got a call from a close friend who was diagnosed with metastasized head and neck cancer. Like so many who are now going outside Western medicine’s one-size-fits-all approach of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, I wanted to figure out the current state of alternative options, and especially the latest with medical marijuana now that it is gaining exposure and funding through its legalization.
I live in California, which has led the nation in medical marijuana legalization dating back to 1992. Specifically, I live in Santa Cruz County, which is home to a collective that is one of few client-service organizations in the US that can assay (determine the specific quantities) of the plant’s different components. I also have fact-based knowledge about how pharmaceutical companies have suppressed cures in the past, a knack for research, and a sincere motivation to help my friend. So for the past two weeks I’ve been immersed in the latest developments, and this is what I have found:’
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