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What do you think of this article?

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by LZfan2121, Feb 10, 2009.

  1. Hello city, how's it going.

    Just going to make a long story short, I have been smoking semi-regularly for a little over a year. I spoke with my mom awhile ago and told her that I smoked, and tried to get her to see the truth about marijuana. She has never tried it before and is extremely against it. I find this a shame because she is a nurse practitioner and has been in nursing for over 20 years, and believes in the most ridiculous propaganda claims about marijuana.

    I am in college now and once in awhile we will go back and forth emailing articles and other studies about marijuana, she tries to show me the harm and I try to show her the benefits. Today she sent me this article and I just wanted to see what you fellow blades think about it.

    Also, please move this thread if it's in the wrong section. I thought it is relevant to this section, but if not please move it.

  2. Wow. This is pathetic. They're trying to make it seem like they smoked then got cancer. Seems like 70% of them are going with the right treatment.
  3. There's already a thread about this... There are some interesting points in there. Bottom line is that even in the article it says that it's not anywhere near to conclusive. :rolleyes: Friggin scientists... lol
  4. "This is the first study to look at this question, and by itself is not definitive. And there's a lot more research that would have to be done in order to be more confident that marijuana use really is important in a man's risk of developing testicular cancer," Schwartz said in a telephone interview.

    then why do an entire article on it?

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