Though it’s unclear how aggressive the tumor is or what treatment regimen McCain will pursue, a number of studies indicate cannabis is more effective for glioblastomas [GMBs] than chemotherapy and anti-cancer drugs.
(Anti Media) Though John McCain reportedly may undergo chemotherapy to treat his recently announced glioblastoma, the survival rate for this aggressive type of brain tumor is not particularly promising. As the American Brain Tumor Association explains:
“For adults with more aggressive glioblastoma, treated with concurrent temozolomide [a drug commonly used to treat glioblastoma] and radiation therapy, median survival is about 14.6 months and two-year survival is 30%. However, a 2009 study reported that almost 10% of patients with glioblastoma may live five years or longer.”
Though it’s unclear how aggressive the tumor is or what treatment regimen McCain will pursue, studies have indicated there is a possible treatment for glioblastomas [GMBs] beyond chemotherapy and pharmaceutical drugs: cannabis. Though the evidence is not conclusive, it is emerging and is probably worth a try for a senator with the financial means to administer the plant-based medication.
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