“The findings demonstrate the potential for this new cannabis derivative in the treatment of both localized and advanced pancreatic cancer,” the study’s authors wrote. “The results justify further studies to optimize therapy outcomes toward clinical translation.”

Often lost in the dishonest hubbub around wellness-trend-of-the-moment CBD -- and all the afflictions that the non-intoxicating cannabis compound can supposedly heal -- are the legitimate scientific findings about cannabis’ palliative power, without which there would be no disingenuous oversells.

Here’s one: according to the findings of a recently published study, stubborn and deadly pancreatic cancer might be treatable by a compound found in marijuana, but not a cannabinoid—a cannabis flavor.

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Chris Roberts ~ Observer.com

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