Patricia Crone, a professor of Islamic history at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, was diagnosed with lung cancer in November 2011, when the cancer had already spread to her brain. She was busy preparing for the end when she saw that the National Cancer Institute described some of the chemicals in marijuana, or cannabis, as having cancer-fighting potential. With only grim prospects for the future, she wanted to try it.
So Patricia, who had never had as much as a puff of pot, started a hunt for marijuana, and for credible evidence of its medicinal potential. Diana Frank, Patricia’s sister and a documentary filmmaker, accompanied her all the way, and early on they decided to film the whole odyssey.
Speaking to 2004 Cannabis Therapeutics Conference, Dr. Petro, MD and drug researcher, looks at history of medical marijuana use in Multiple Sclerosis and spasticity, recent trials using Cannabinoids and Cannabis extracts to treat MS and prospects for approval in the U.S.
Conference hosted by Patients Out of Time.
Paula Doyle-Weigel is a registered nurse from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada. She was diagnosed with breast cancer 4 years ago and refused conventional treatments,
opting instead for a number of alternative therapies, including cannabis oil.
It took time to find out what worked for her, but today she is cancer free and now she and her husband help others through their own clinic.
Posted by The Health Cure, June 1 2017
A January 2014 story on a Croatian news station detailed the story of a 38 year old man, referred to as Mark for confidentially reasons, fighting non-small cell lung cancer. He was given four to six months to live, with a maximum of twelve months if fortunate. Mark initially used chemotherapy and radiation, which left him
in a state that “you can not even call human.” His face was destroyed, his upper lip swollen, tissue was
falling off his fingers, and his skin was overly soft. The pain was especially devastating, and three times a day, Mark thought of killing himself. Despite the barrage of conventional treatments, a further medical check revealed the cancer had doubled. After the news, Mark stopped the treatments and began using
cannabis oil. He immediately began feeling better, and earlier pains disappeared. A month into
treatment, Mark began spitting out sizable amounts dark matter which was confirmed as cancerous. After three months, the cancer was no longer visible on X-rays.
64 Studies That Show Cannabis Can Treat Various Cancers
Cannabis, and the cannabinoid compounds found within it, has been shown through a large amount of scientific, peer-
Reviewed research to be effective at treating a wide variety of cancers, ranging from brain cancer to colon cancer. Below is a list of over 60 studies that demonstrate the vast anti-cancer properties of cannabis.
Wallace Rose was cured of his terminal cancer using only hemp oil. Hemp oil is an extract from the marijuana or hemp plant. It is dissolved in an alcohol or naptha solvent and boiled off, and what is left behind is hemp oil.
Elderly Man with Terminal Cancer Walks Out of Hospice after Treatment with Cannabis Oil
“After nine months of taking two different forms of cannabis oil, one, a cannabis capsule infused with organic coconut oil around 10:30am and high THC oil about an hour before bed, dad was given the life changing report, ”No evidence of recurrent disease”. 
– Corinne Malanca (Stan and Barb Rutner’s daughter)