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Letter: Google cannabis cancer

Marie Freeman writes:
I would think that would be enough to unite all of us to look at this plant...medicine. Cannabis kills cancer cells. I don't know anyone that's not had a friend or a relative suffer with cancer or die of cancer. And that's just one of many medical ailments proven this plant can help. In the last six years after I researched the discoveries for cannabis killing cancer cells, it's just undeniable. Israel, Canada , Australia, China, Germany, Spain. Everywhere but the USA! Just research... Israel and Spain cannabis research cancer. I guess it's fortunate we have these other countries researching it. A lot that I've discovered in the last six years on pub has been removed?
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