A recent study shows that a cannabis flavonoid was able to kill pancreatic cancer cells.
According to the American Cancer Society, amongst the combination of all stages of pancreatic cancer, the survival rate for one-year is 20 percent, and the survival rate for five years is under seven percent.
A new study finds that flavonoids, the chemical that gives cannabis its color, could significantly increase the life expectancy of pancreatic cancer patients.
A study suggests that cannabinoids could potentially help treat pancreatic cancer, despite its aggressiveness. Find out how.
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