I am 100% believer that cannabis should be legalized for recreational and medicinal use.
I believe that cannabis can be very useful in treating cancer patients going through chemotherapy and radiation.
I have also believed for a very long time that weed is a natural cure for many things, including cancer.
I have also believed that living a healthy lifestyle by staying efficiently hydrated, had a well balanced diet, and do substantial ammounts of exercise that cancer shouldn't be a high risk at all, and that most problems will fix themselves.
Recently I have learned about fasting, and now believe that fasting can be used to aid cancer treatment, and potentially cure cancer, and many other diseases. I don't have sources proving this readily available, nor am i representing it as a fact, so don't start trolling me just because you want to prove your ego to me. lol
My biggest believe: There is more than one answer to most questions; the cure to cancer doesn't necessarily only have one cure.
Now let's talk about the article, I suppose. I am a firm believer that modern science will never catch up with itself, and that all modern knowledge is already obsolete. The article first caught my attention with it's headline "cancer isn't cancer at all.." My first thoughts were, "Oh, of course it isn't..." Researchers are always realizing how they are wrong and coming up with new theories, and becoming more "advanced." If you've ever taken any classes in school that talk about theories, you can probably relate to this. Very few theories hold for a very long time, for example, many of Einstein's theorie's. I wanted to know what they were trying to say about cancer this time...
When I was done reading the article, I wanted to think of the craziest and most logical interpretation of it that would escape modern knowledge and beliefs... us americans know how to screw everything up... so when weed is legalized, new research will yield negative results. Don't ever be arrogant, think outside the box a little.
Edited by oscurochu, 01 August 2013 - 03:31 AM.