Could cannabidiol (CBD) help treat patients suffering from brain tumors? According to a study released earlier this month, the answer is “Maybe.” Published in the International Journal of Cancer Research and Treatment, researchers collected data from the Dove Clinic of 119 cancer patients being treated with a synthetic form of CBD oil. Analyzing the results, researchers saw clinical responses in 92% of cases, including a reduction in circulating tumor cells and a reduction in the size of brain tumors. Although the study used synthetic CBD oil, researchers hope that its results will help spur further investigation into the medical efficacy of CBD.
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