Lung Cancer: Marijuana a risk factor or treatment option

vitalsine

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This is a pretty interesting read. It's from 2005. They said they were not able to observe a connection between smoking cannabis and lung cancer, although there was cellular damage. I pretty much believe anything carcinogenic can promote the growth of cancer cells, whether it be smoke, burnt chicken, whatever... you name it lol. Pretty much anything good. I stay eating barbecue and burning jibbas though.

 

steve870

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also doesnt have the 1500 chemicals added to it.
Neither does tobacco, those chemicals are byproducts from the combustion. They are present in most plants. Nowadays they only add amonia to increase nicotine absorption in the lungs
 
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