Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Harvard College discovers cannabis slices tumor development down the middle in three weeks

 After a comprehensive study done by the Harvard University in 2007, it has been discovered that cannabis slices tumor development down the middle in three weeks. Researchers at the Harvard University tested tetrahydrocannabinol (THC the main chemical in cannabis) on cancer cells. Then followed their test up by studying mice subjects. The lab studies showed that doses of THC stopped growth and spread in the cancer cells. “When the cells are pretreated with THC, they have less EGFR stimulated invasion as measured by various in-vitro assays,”  stated by Anju Preet, PHD, a researcher who participated in the studies. 

 In the lab test researchers dosed mice - which were injected with lung cancer cells - with THC and in three weeks they started to see results. In just three weeks the tumors were reduced in both size and weight by 50% in just three weeks.  Researchers believe that the reason THC had such a positive effect on fighting the tumors is because it activates molecules that arrest the cell cycle. And it also interfere's with the process of angiogenesis and vascularization, which is what leads to cancer growth. This almost 7 year old study is the most important cannabis study ever done. So make sure to go out and tell your friends that the Harvard College discovers cannabis slices tumor development down the middle in three weeks, so cannabis consumption is okay!

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