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CBD Oil Study- Old Lady with Lung Cancer Took CBD Oil...

Discussion in 'CBD Oil' started by Storm Crow, Oct 21, 2021.

  1. A lady in her 80s declined conventional treatment (surgery, chemo and radiotherapy) and started taking CBD oil instead. During the next 2 1/2 years the tumor shrank from 41 cm to 10 cm. The scans tell the story better than I can! The red arrow points to the tumor. Link leads to the full study.

    Lung cancer patient who had declined conventional cancer treatment: could the self-administration of ‘CBD oil’ be contributing to the observed tumour regression?

    Lung cancer patient who had declined conventional cancer treatment: could the self-administration of ‘CBD oil’ be contributing to the observed tumour regression?

    Conventional lung cancer treatments include surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy; however, these treatments are often poorly tolerated by patients. Cannabinoids have been studied for use as a primary cancer treatment. Cannabinoids, which are chemically similar to our own body’s endocannabinoids, can interact with signalling pathways to control the fate of cells, including cancer cells. We present a patient who declined conventional lung cancer treatment. Without the knowledge of her clinicians, she chose to self-administer ‘cannabidiol (CBD) oil’ orally 2–3 times daily. Serial imaging shows that her cancer reduced in size progressively from 41 mm to 10 mm over a period of 2.5 years. Previous studies have failed to agree on the usefulness of cannabinoids as a cancer treatment. This case appears to demonstrate a possible benefit of ‘CBD oil’ intake that may have resulted in the observed tumour regression. The use of cannabinoids as a potential cancer treatment justifies further research.

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    And if you liked that one, here's another one about a gentleman in his 80s!

    Striking lung cancer response to self-administration of cannabidiol: A case report and literature review. (UK) (full – 2019) Striking lung cancer response to self-administration of cannabidiol: A case report and literature review


    “In summary, the data presented here indicate that CBD may have had a role in the striking response in a patient with histologically proven adenocarcinoma of the lung as a result of self-administration of CBD oil for a month and in the absence of any other identifiable lifestyle, drug or dietary changes.”

    Granny :wave:
     
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