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Anyone tried cannabis for your breast cancer?

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anonymous

over 2 years
 
  • Samantha (Admin) Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    Hi Mary Anne, it seems as if there is a glitch with the anonymous feature. We will be working to resolve this issue asap.
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  • Mary Anne Babicky-Bouton Profile
    anonymous
    stage_4 Patient
    I don't mean to ask these questions anonymously, my name is Mary Anne and I belong to the sight. I need to find out what I'm doing wrong.
    over 2 years Comment Flag
  • Betti A Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2013
    I haven't but know of people who use it for other types of cancer. What does your doctor say about it?
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    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    I didn't but if you feel it will help get a medical card and try it.
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  • Sharon Danielson Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2007
    Anything that helps you get through the treatment and doesn't interfere with it gets a thumbs up from me! I was never nauseated because I was given Emend which worked for me. Take care, Sharon
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  • Marilyn G Profile
    anonymous
    Patient
    My understanding is that it is cannabis oil that has killed cancer cells in lab mice without harming the body (see National Cancer Institute site). I believe other forms of cannabis such as candy, etc, treats symptoms such as nausea and pain. If medical marijuana is legal in your state, you can purchase it at a dispensary with a doctor approved, state-issued medical marijuana card.
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  • Mary Anne Babicky-Bouton Profile
    anonymous
    stage_4 Patient
    My doc is not against it. She said it would not interfere with my chemo and says if it makes me feel better to go ahead. I am not using anything with a super high to it, more CBD than the THC that gets you high. Can't stand a high feeling but I don't get too much of that. Thank God. Will help with nausea and vomiting tho and that is very welcoming.
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  • André Roberts Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 1 Patient
    Mary Anne, I did not, but I do know many who have. You obviously already talked with your dr about it, so go for it. I hope it makes you feel better. Prayers to you.
    over 2 years Comment Flag

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