National Cancer Institute – Finally Admits THC Causes 45% Remission in Bladder, Breast, and Liver Cancer

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 The National Cancer Institute recently released its report on medical marijuana. The overview of their conclusion is, THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) caused a 45 percent reduction in bladder cancer, remission in breast and liver cancer and more.

The National Cancer Institute recently released its report on medical marijuana. The overview of their conclusion is, THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) caused a 45 percent reduction in bladder cancer, remission in breast and liver cancer and more.

They have determined that there is no lethal dose of marijuana. And addictive potential is considerably lower than any other medicine available.

Among their findings, they have found that cannabis is not associated with adverse pulmonary function and does not cause lung cancer or any aerodigestive tract cancers. Cannabis does not cause other types of cancer either.

They found cannabis has great anti-tumoral activity. Through their testing they have determined that cannabis is more effective than conventional antiemetics (drugs that ease nausea). And inhaled marijuana was more effective in chemo-induced nausea than any other currently available treatment.

Some of their other findings are: Cannabis appetite increase at 75 percent compared to the most effective medicine that has a 49 percent increase; weight increase at 11 percent compared to the most effective current medicine that has a 3 percent increase.

In opiate resistant cancer pain, marijuana had significant pain intensity relief, substantial analgesic effects, antiemetic effects and appetite simulation.

They also proved THC to be more effective then codeine. Some 10 mg of THC was more effective then 60 mg of codeine. There was no increase of the THC dose needed in long-term pain management.

Inhaled THC was shown to be more effective in neuropathic pain than current medicine. It also showed improved sleep quality and sense of well being and less anxiety.

These are just some of the findings of the National Cancer Institute. (http://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/treatment/cam/hp/cannabis-pdf)

The federal government has made it so no state can be prosecuted for implementing a medical marijuana program. That is why the 23 states (and our nation’s capital) with medical marijuana programs are still around.

From our friends @ Medical Marijuana 411

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  1. Seriously, how annoying is it to have the garbage radio show, advertisements play while I am trying to read. Not very intelligent. DUMBASSES. Get your user experience right and hire a new UI designer. Now get your shit together.

      • Isn’t it the truth?! I can’t even find where the video is so I can turn it off!! Glad I wasn’t somewhere with other people!

        • There is a place on your I – phone smart phone settings to prevent videos from auto playing. This annoying auto play feature is ( insidiously ) by Apple so as to use more data and thus cause one to purchase a bigger data plan.

    • Rafael Espericueta on

      This is a wonderful article, and I would love to spread the link far and wide. However, as noted by others, immediately playing audio when someone arrives at the site is completely unacceptable. Someone needs to learn a little common sense with respect to the art of web page deployment. In this case it’s tragic, since this message needs to go viral. But as it is, I can’t recommend this page to anyone.

      • Please also check your grammar. If you want people to take your seriously and believe you as a credible, intellectual source, present yourself as such. Please check usage differences in the words “then” and “than”. That’s a good place to start. I appreciate the article, but present it professionally so people are more inclined to take your seriously and help the cause.

        • Then = timing/cause-effect
          Than = comparative statements

          They used it correctly in the article. Unless there was an edit from your post until now. What grammatical errors are you referring to?

          • “They also proved THC to be more effective then codeine.”
            In response to inquiry by Daniel, this is the one that struck me immediately.
            There were a few other grammar, or spelling errors that distracted my attention on the way through as well.
            Better editing would help me take the information more seriously. The message does need to get out.

        • Monica, nobody takes you seriously because you are being ridiculous and annoying. Rafael on the other hand had a typo which doesn’t change a thing.

      • Michelle Mahler on

        The article is incorrect and misleading the findings are
        Basically isaying that there is a significant relationship between cigarette smoking and bladder cancer, a 45% decrease in that relationship for people who use only cannabis, and a significant relationship between bladder cancer and using both…. In other words if your gonna smoke smoke only pot and your risk of bladder cancer, although still there, is 45% less than from cigarettes alone and only slightly less if you do both…

    • YOU HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME with this radio broadcast.

      I had to hunt through all of my tabs for a full minute to try and find where it was coming from.

      Doubt I’ll ever visit this site again. GOOD JOB

    • Can’t find the audio/video to turn it off! You have a great website with great info; WTF is the problem? TURN OFF THE AUTO-PLAY PLEASE! Or at least show us where/how to turn it off. I wont’ be back.

    • Well then get your shit together, get it all together and put it a backpack. All your shit, so it’s together. And if you have to take it somewhere, take it somewhere you know. Take it to the shit store and sell it or put it in a shit museum, I don’t care what you do, you just gotta get it together. Get your shit together.

    • I found the site on the page that was broadcasting and just turned it off. I don’t smoke mj, but keep wondering if my severely autistic son took it orally if it might help him to talk? I wish it was legal just so he could try it to see. I do think it cures cancer also, but our state is Illinois and it is a little strict about the laws here. 🙁

  2. Huey Spooner-Perston on

    Too little too late! The NCI should have pulled their heads out of their asses a long time ago. F the videos playing automatically too. Shit heads

  3. Pro Legalization on

    This is so misleading… the actual findings on the .gov article referenced here doesn’t even mention breast cancer or any other cancer on the same page as this “45%”. It also took a sample of 280 out of almost total people with bladder cancer, then adjusted for age, race, BMI and more (without telling us how it adjusted), just throws out a 45% number.

    Basically 89 people who reported Cannabis use compared to 190 of people who don’t use AND those who just did not report it (meaning a margin of error for users who didn’t report for any number of reasons)

    If you take this number of 190 at their word, thats 190+89=279, then you take 279 and multiple by .32 (32%) it comes out to 89.2, which mean its roughly 32% of the sample did not DEVELOP bladder cancer.

    The only way to reach that 45% number is by adjusting all of those factors it lists: Age, Race, Ethnicity, and BMI, can it be as high as 45%.

    Just so you know, im pro legalization, I just hate articles straight up misleading people.

    This article also said nothing about “remission” when using this 45% number. It just said 45% of people

    • Pro Legalization on

      blah, I did a terrible job trying to explain. All I ask is you go to the “cancer treatment” page, which is page 3 i believe and take a look at that 45% number.. You will be just as suspicious as me.

      • It’s not a win if people start expecting to see their cancer decrease and it doesn’t. It gives medical marijuana a bad reputation and could ultimately reverse the progress that has already been made.

        • it does work to cure cancer though so why wouldn’t you try it? better than chemo and radiation – which kills people

    • In an attempt to extrapolate limited research, data is often demographically adjusted.

      In the same sense, you use the word “misleading” to mean “accurate.”

  4. 45% – bladder cancer ONLY and “reduction in bladder cancer incidence” => not remission = healing,

    An analysis of 84,170 participants in the California Men’s Health Study was performed to investigate the association between Cannabis use and the incidence of bladder cancer. During 16 years of follow-up, 89 Cannabis users (0.3%) developed bladder cancer compared with 190 (0.4%) of the men who did not report Cannabis use (P < .001). After adjusting for age, race, ethnicity, and body mass index, Cannabis use was associated with a 45% reduction in bladder cancer incidence (hazard ratio, 0.55; 95% confidence interval, 0.33–1.00).[13]

  5. Human/​Clinical Studies STRG + F breast or liver = not found
    No clinical trials of Cannabis as a treatment for cancer in humans were identified in a PubMed search; however, a single, small study of intratumoral injection of delta-9-THC in patients with recurrent glioblastoma multiforme reported potential antitumoral activity.[15,16]

    Breast -> Laboratory Studies
    The effects of delta-9-THC and a synthetic agonist of the CB2 receptor were investigated in HCC.[15] Both agents reduced the viability of HCC cells in vitro and demonstrated antitumor effects in HCC subcutaneous xenografts in nude mice. The investigations documented that the anti-HCC effects are mediated by way of the CB2 receptor. Similar to findings in glioma cells, the cannabinoids were shown to trigger cell death through stimulation of an endoplasmic reticulum stress pathway that activates autophagy and promotes apoptosis. Other investigations have confirmed that CB1 and CB2 receptors may be potential targets in non-small cell lung carcinoma [16] and breast cancer.[17]

    An in vitro study of the effect of CBD on programmed cell death in breast cancer cell lines found that CBD induced programmed cell death, independent of the CB1, CB2, or vanilloid receptors. CBD inhibited the survival of both estrogen receptor–positive and estrogen receptor–negative breast cancer cell lines, inducing apoptosis in a concentration-dependent manner while having little effect on nontumorigenic mammary cells.[18] Other studies have also shown the antitumor effect of cannabinoids (i.e., CBD and THC) in preclinical models of breast cancer.[19,20]

  6. Claim: “Among their findings, they have found that cannabis is not associated with adverse pulmonary function and does not cause lung cancer or any aerodigestive tract cancers. Cannabis does not cause other types of cancer either.”

    Cancer Risk

    A number of studies have yielded conflicting evidence regarding the risks of various cancers associated with Cannabis use.

    A pooled analysis of three case-cohort studies of men in northwestern Africa (430 cases and 778 controls) showed a significantly increased risk of lung cancer among tobacco smokers who also inhaled Cannabis.[5]

    A large, retrospective cohort study of 64,855 men aged 15 to 49 years from the United States found that Cannabis use was not associated with tobacco-related cancers and a number of other common malignancies. However, the study did find that, among nonsmokers of tobacco, ever having used Cannabis was associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer.[6]

    A population-based case-control study of 611 lung cancer patients revealed that chronic low Cannabis exposure was not associated with an increased risk of lung cancer or other upper aerodigestive tract cancers and found no positive associations with any cancer type (oral, pharyngeal, laryngeal, lung, or esophagus) when adjusting for several confounders, including cigarette smoking.[7]

    A systematic review assessing 19 studies that evaluated premalignant or malignant lung lesions in persons 18 years or older who inhaled marijuana concluded that observational studies failed to demonstrate statistically significant associations between marijuana inhalation and lung cancer after adjusting for tobacco use.[8]

    Epidemiologic studies examining one association of Cannabis use with head and neck squamous cell carcinomas have also been inconsistent in their findings. A pooled analysis of nine case-control studies from the U.S./Latin American International Head and Neck Cancer Epidemiology (INHANCE) Consortium included information from 1,921 oropharyngeal cases, 356 tongue cases, and 7,639 controls. Compared with those who never smoked Cannabis, Cannabis smokers had an elevated risk of oropharyngeal cancers and a reduced risk of tongue cancer. These study results both reflect the inconsistent effects of cannabinoids on cancer incidence noted in previous studies and suggest that more work needs to be done to understand the potential role of human papillomavirus infection.[9]

    With a hypothesis that chronic marijuana use produces adverse effects on the human endocrine and reproductive systems, the association between marijuana use and incidence of testicular germ cell tumors (TGCTs) has been examined.[10-12] Three population-based case-control studies report an association between marijuana use and elevated risk of TGCTs, especially nonseminoma or mixed-histology tumors.[10-12] However, the sample sizes in these studies were inadequate to address marijuana dose by addressing associations with respect to recency, frequency, and duration of use. These early reports of marijuana use and TGCTs establish the need for larger, well-powered, prospective studies, especially studies evaluating the role of endocannabinoid signaling and cannabinoid receptors in TGCTs.

    An analysis of 84,170 participants in the California Men’s Health Study was performed to investigate the association between Cannabis use and the incidence of bladder cancer. During 16 years of follow-up, 89 Cannabis users (0.3%) developed bladder cancer compared with 190 (0.4%) of the men who did not report Cannabis use (P < .001). After adjusting for age, race, ethnicity, and body mass index, Cannabis use was associated with a 45% reduction in bladder cancer incidence (hazard ratio, 0.55; 95% confidence interval, 0.33–1.00).[13]

    A comprehensive Health Canada monograph on marijuana concluded that while there are many cellular and molecular studies that provide strong evidence that inhaled marijuana is carcinogenic, the epidemiologic evidence of a link between marijuana use and cancer is still inconclusive.[14]

    • What all that nonsense for? Its very clear that marijuana is not something that should be illegal and it’s been proven for several decades that it is a medicinal tool for the right people. And for the wrong people , its still medicinal whether they know it or not.

  7. you do realize they’re called ”the national marijuana news” right? of course they’re gonna give you bs! that’s how they make their money. if they mentioned all the harmful side effects, they’d lose their job! and guys like me are sheeps?? oi…….

  8. they have clarified that they can still go after medical states because they are interpreting it to mean that they cannot receive funds to hinder the implementation, which they are choosing to interpret as wholly other than people using marijuana for medical reasons. they are choosing to interpret the word the same way DC did, but for the opposite reason.

    • that stuff’s not a cure…..it’s a disease. stuff just needs to be destroyed…it’s causing too many problems. i’d be all for it if people used it JUST for medical….but too many are getting hooked and addicted. just because something is legal, doesn’t make it right. aside from from the negative side affects, the drug cartels would get richer and that will open the way for legalization of other drugs.

      • Apparently you haven’t even researched any of the hundreds of studies done by experts over the last thirty years. Your convoluted reasoning that drug cartels would get richer from legalization reveals complete ignorance of reality, try reading history or stop spouting the lies.

      • What about the drug cartel that runs big pharmaceutical companies. Just because they are legal and your doctor says they are not lethal drugs, these cartels are concidered companies? Marihuana is NOT a lethal drug. All of the lies and anti pot campaigns are fueled by the Pharma Cartel.

      • Total face palm Tyler.
        You think weed causes problems? Weed doesn’t cause problems my friend.
        Compounds them… Yeah, it can… If you have already got them.
        An addictive personality is gonna take whatever it can get its hands on. Feeling normal is feeling like crap to them after all.
        The way I can clearly see it, these people have problems that society doesn’t understand, doesn’t want to understand, and can’t solve… Furthermore, problems that societal circumstance had every part in creating in the first place.
        As far as options go for these people, there are no better ones.
        Cigarettes are not enough. Alcohol would destroy them.
        Current pharmaceutical anti-depressants are based on pseudo science, and very few of them are proven to do anything good. And you’ll turn through pages of fine print for each and every one, following the subheading: “common side effects”.
        But weed, in very, very high doses… The kind that only the most depressed people take… It does something quite unnerving for the capitalist overlord…
        It makes them give much less of a damn about his psychotic plan.
        Give up the grudge man. Stop blaming what you don’t understand. Weed addiction is not the problem… It is merely a symptom of it.

        • tell that to the dead 2 year old who’s father decided weed as more important that keeping his child. he knew the risks, did it anyway.

          • Lotsa people die for lotsa different reasons numb nuts.
            I really have no idea what point your strange rambling is trying to make… Based on your wording though, I’m guessing not much intelligent thought goes into your views buddy boy.

          • i’d say my point was very clear. he chose weed over his daughter…..and now she’s dead. point is it is addictive.

          • Tyler. Marijuana did not cause the death. The father did. Also how could this even be true in today’s society. With food stamps and other programs. Your arguments seem to be only half thought out and controlled by a personal rage towards someone in your life that was a bad person, who happened to also smoke marijuana. Here is a stat for you. 100% of murderers breath air. Doesn’t mean earth’s atmosphere causes people to kill.

          • oh great……another one who wants to pay psychoanalyst with me….. i said addicted caused her death.

      • You don’t know jack shit about MJ. I’m 78, and I have at least looked at what this is all about, instead of regurgitating bullshit that comes from the 1940’s.

        • so, i got a 75 year old man flinging childish insults at…..gracious for the ego boost. it truly does amaze me how people go on and on about how much they hate the government, the media, and pragmatical companies, yet, they say one thing you wanna hear {no matter how much bs it} and you become toy solders, or, as most of you say, sheeple.

          • Tyler, no offense but you sound a bit biased here. I have never met a person so addicted to weed that they let a child starve or come to harm. Im not saying it isn’t possible or even happening somewhere but I would put my money on that the picture is bigger than you are seeing or admitting to in those cases. I have struggled with drinking problems and I know first hand what its like to be imprisoned by addiction.

            Once upon a teenage life weed was everything to me. But then I became a big boy and realized that its not an all the time thing. today its a rare thing. I have a very addictive personality and I do not struggle the slightest with marijuana. Some of my friends used to sell it and trust me I had complete access to it 24/7 any time at no cost to me and plenty of laughs. The world is not as simple as you are portraying it I’m sorry.

            You need to do some homework and take some of your own medicine here and stop believing everything negative you have ever been told about it. I would agree 100% that the article here is biased as well but it’s more truthful than what i just read from you. A life lesson I learned that might benefit you is to listen to elders when they talk. they have seen a lot more than you have on your walk thus far. Roger was trying to show you something.

          • One more thing, the drug cartels are very much against regulation (ending prohibition) and thats because it limits profits or stops them all together when a credible source that is not affiliated with breaking the law can offer it locally and at affordable prices and can contribute taxes it just makes more sense. I will add that I have never ever seen anyone overdose from it and I have seen much of that with other drugs. I have spent nights puking into toilets wondering if i was going to stop breathing… not with marijuana.

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  10. Your credibility is completely shot with me! As a Triple negative breast cancer stage III survivor, I think it is horrible to use that fake title to get cancer patients to hit your website. The report said nothing about remission or breast cancer. How do you sleep at night! Vicious! You will never reach your goal this way! Why not focus on the antiemetic effects that the report does address? USE REAL FACTS? ?! ! ! ! SMH!

  11. I dare say that before Cannabis is legal at a federal level, that it will be one of the most studied substances on the planet…

    They didn’t bother doing all these studies tobacco or alcohol.

    They’ve been beating around this bush long enough, it’s time to flat out ignore the government and stop pretending they represent us.

  12. Well the article might be a bit more convincing if the writer could at least learn the differnce between the word ‘than’ and ‘then’. Maybe smoking marijuana does have a bad side effect after all. 😉 And it is a very misleading representation of what the Cancer institute has actually published. Come on guys, at least TRY to win the debate fair and square.

    • Michelle Mahler on

      Basically is is saying that there is a significant relationship between cigarette smoking and bladder cancer, a 45% decrease in that relationship for people who use only cannabis, and a significant relationship between bladder cancer and using both…. In other words if your gonna smoke smoke only pot and your risk of bladder cancer, although still there, is 45% less than from cigarettes alone and only slightly less if you do both…

    • It’s a confusing report that seems to focus on marijuana’s ability to increase appetite. At least they said something positive.

      • Michelle Mahler on

        The study actual states this.

        Basically is is saying that there is a significant relationship between cigarette smoking and bladder cancer, a 45% decrease in that relationship for people who use only cannabis, and a significant relationship between bladder cancer and using both…. In other words if your gonna smoke smoke only pot and your risk of bladder cancer, although still there, is 45% less than from cigarettes alone and only slightly less if you do both…

    • Michelle Mahler on

      Basically is is saying that there is a significant relationship between cigarette smoking and bladder cancer, a 45% decrease in that relationship for people who use only cannabis, and a significant relationship between bladder cancer and using both…. In other words if your gonna smoke smoke only pot and your risk of bladder cancer, although still there, is 45% less than from cigarettes alone and only slightly less if you do both…

  13. Jct: Wouldn’t it be nice if those who avoided the truth to prolong prohibition could lose their jobs and be prosecuted for the lives lost during the delay? I can count them up with right stats, any prosecutor could.

  14. Cancer should be illegalized. That way if you are a big company and do have a cure but you’re making more money on treatments you can be criminally prosecuted.

  15. Michelle Mahler on

    You are reporting this finding COMPLETELY WRONG!!! The findings have NOTHING to do with remission in bladder cancer and cannabis use. What it is actually is about incidence of bladder cancer in man and cigarette smoking, cannabis smoking and smoking both.

    Basically is is saying that there is a significant relationship between cigarette smoking and bladder cancer, a 45% decrease in that relationship for people who use only cannabis, and a significant relationship between bladder cancer and using both…. In other words if your gonna smoke smoke only pot and your risk of bladder cancer, although still there, is 45% less than from cigarettes alone and only slightly less if you do both…

    • An analysis of 84,170 participants in the California Men’s Health Study was performed to investigate the association between Cannabis use and the incidence of bladder cancer. During 16 years of follow-up, 89 Cannabis users (0.3%) developed bladder cancer compared with 190 (0.4%) of the men who did not report Cannabis use (P < .001). After adjusting for age, race, ethnicity, and body mass index, Cannabis use was associated with a 45% reduction in bladder cancer incidence (hazard ratio, 0.55; 95% confidence interval, 0.33–1.00).[13]

  16. Sadly, lies and hype — not based in fact at all. Also, you linked to an ABOUT page, not the study you claim to represent with this horrid article.

    I have nothing against marijuana, but I’m against this blatant skewing of facts, which could actually do great harm in the long run.

  17. If THC alone causes 45% remission, just imagine how much more it would improve with using the rest of the endocannabinoids.

  18. Unfortunately, this is complete misinformation. If you click the link that this article provides to the NIH, all it says it that marijuana is sometimes used to treat the side-effects of cancer treatment. Please stop spreading lies and misinformation; ever heard about “crying wolf”?

  19. sorry i am battling with bladder cancer AND WOULD NOT try pot as a cure this is stupid and should be removed before some sorry sap reads it and dies using this stupid method

  20. Let the end-user choose to play your page audio. Having it automatically turn on is disruptive and distracting to your beautiful site full of great content. Audio/Video is a must for any platform and the site engineer for this site needs to understand the dynamics of how the surfing end-user prefers to be engaged at the end of the day.

  21. Way to completely “read what you wanted to read” from the NCI’s information.

    First of all, THC, was NEVER MENTIONED. Neither was “inhaling” or “smoking”.

    Cannabinoids was however. THC is not the same thing as cannabinoids.

    Seriously… if you really want to get marijuana approved and legalized… try telling the truth instead of misrepresenting what’s going on.

    Bunch of fucking morons do more damage than good when trying to get something changed.

    • GQ, Right on! This sort of asinine headline writing does more to discredit this site and everyone wanting to get the benefits of CBD’s out there, than anything the Gov or Big Pharma could do. Is the site owned by Big Pharma?

  22. Wasting my time and download data with this damned site. Can’t shut off the broadcast in order to read the article. WTF!

  23. Just because you guys smoke and don’t vape doesn’t mean you have to justify your method when every study shows vaping it releases more thc and cbd.

  24. Patrick Monk RN on

    FUCK THE BULLSHIT. UNSUBSCRIBING.
    THE “NEWS” IS PATHETIC, ANNOYING, SELF PROMOTION.
    Whoever this woman is, she is ignorant. The ‘interviewer’ is a joke.
    CALIFORNIA ALERT.
    AUMA/Prop64 is prohibition for profit.
    Patrick Monk. RN Hospice Case Manager. SF. Ca.
    **Society of Cannabis Clinicians
    **American Cannabis Nurses Association.
    **For Identification Only.

  25. Also, the person who wrote this article needs to use the spell check and know the difference between then and than. Makes me think this is a bogus article.

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