The chemo and radiation were killing him and not doing much for his lung and brain cancers. He was wasting away, near death, and had to use bottled oxygen 24/7. Then, his son-in-law and daughter got Stan to try cannabis. The results were amazing.
Stan's daughter, Corrine, was assigned as Stan's hospice caretaker. She had not looked into cannabis until her husband John brought it up as a last effort possibility. They discussed using cannabis oil with Stan's oncologist after she had announced that Stan could be gone in as little as two weeks.
After all, this was California, and mainstream medicine couldn't keep killing him for profit. So the oncologist then told them that it would be okay to try anything. Stan agreed to go along with what would be easy for him to use, cannabis oil in a coconut-oil-based capsule in the morning and high-THC cannabis oil before going to sleep. The results were amazing.
In days, he was able to sleep better, eat more, go without using oxygen and walk without a walker. Within nine months, he was completely cancer free. Here's that story (http://www.naturalnews.com).
But have those results held? How's Stan doing now, three-and-a-half years after his original diagnosis at age 77 now that he's 80?
Update on Stan's health and what the 'kids'are up toCorrine and John posted an update on their site, which they had started based on their cannabis discoveries made during Stan's intervention and update. It's a site full of factual information and resources for using cannabis. They respond to people who comment with requests for information on getting a medical marijuana card in California and how to get cannabis oil.
They intend to become the WebMD of cannabis with their site. Also, their site has information on naturopathic medicine, diet and juicing, all of which are known to help recover from cancer and keep it away (http://www.unitedpatientsgroup.com).
Corrine posted that, as of March 20, 2014, Stan was very active again despite his age, as he was before his cancer. Horseback riding, long walks and traveling are once again part of Stan's active life. He made it to Montana to walk Corrine down the aisle at her wedding. He's even been spreading the word on cannabis with interviews and talks.
Stan continues ingesting cannabis at a lower maintenance level. And he's doing fine. Remember, his was not an early-stage cancer. They stopped giving him orthodox oncology's standard of care, chemo and radiation, because the chemo had wrecked his immune system and radiation caused severe double pneumonia.
They stopped killing him and assumed the lung and brain cancers would within a few short weeks.
Corrine didn't even realize that her youthful older dad was having serious health problems until after he had started undergoing orthodox oncology treatments. Then, his condition worsened to having very obvious outward symptoms. Even Stan had mentioned that he thought he had the flu when he went in for a checkup, but he was diagnosed with cancer instead.
Here's a perspective on our upside-down world. FDA-approved medical interventions don't cure cancer, but often kill patients. While cannabis, which the DEA stubbornly ranks as an illegal Schedule I drug (dangerous without medical benefits), heals often without side effects.
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Paul Fassa is dedicated to warning others about the current corruption of food and medicine and guiding others toward a direction for better health with no restrictions on health freedom. You can visit his blog at http://healthmaven.blogspot.com