A study also revealed that many patients do not share this information with their doctors
A cancer patient shares how medical cannabis has provided much-needed relief to the side-effects of chemotherapy.
The UK’s National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) has endorsed a study into the role of cannabinoids in treating cancer-related pain.
A cancer patient and young mother, reveals how medical cannabis has given her some quality of life back
The formulations have previously demonstrated success in killing breast cancer cells
Cancer survivors are more likely to use cannabis to help pain, anxiety, sleep and nausea.
Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with secondary breast cancer at the age of 23.
Patients experienced improved pain control and lower levels of opioid consumption
A new study is due to get underway this year.
Anorexia affects over 60 percent of later-stage cancer patients