Smoking Marijuana Does Not Cause Lung Cancer

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  Smoking Marijuana Does Not Cause Lung Cancer

Posted by CN Staff on August 28, 2009 at 06:51:27 PT
By Fred Gardner 
Source: AlterNet 

USA -- One in three Americans will be afflicted with cancer, we are told by the government (as if it’s our immutable fate and somehow acceptable). Cancer is the second-leading cause of death in the U.S. and lung cancer the leading killer among cancers.You’d think it would have been very big news in June 2005 when UCLA medical school professor Donald Tashkin reported that components of marijuana smoke -- although they damage cells in respiratory tissue -- somehow prevent them from becoming malignant. In other words, something in marijuana exerts an anti-cancer effect!
Tashkin has special credibility. He was the lead investigator on studies dating back to the 1970s that identified the components in marijuana smoke that are toxic. It was Tashkin et al. who published photomicrographs showing that marijuana smoke damages cells lining the upper airways. It was the Tashkin lab’s finding that benzpyrene -- a component of tobacco smoke that plays a role in most lung cancers -- is especially prevalent in marijuana smoke. It was Tashkin’s data showing that marijuana smokers are more likely than non-smokers to cough, wheeze, and produce sputum.Tashkin reviewed his findings in April 2008, at a conference organized by “Patients Out of Time,” a reform group devoted to educating doctors and the public (as opposed to lobbying politicians). Some 30 MDs and nurses got continuing medical education credits for attending the event, which was held at Asilomar, on the Monterey Peninsula.The National Institute on Drug Abuse, which supported Tashkin’s marijuana-related research over the decades, readily gave him a grant in 2002 to conduct a large, population-based, case-controlled study that would prove definitively that heavy, long-term marijuana use increases the risk of lung and upper-airways cancers.What Tashkin and his colleagues found, however, disproved their hypothesis. (Tashkin is to marijuana as a cause of lung cancer what Hans Blix was to Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction -- an honest investigator who set out to find something, concluded that it wasn’t there, and reported his results.)Tashkin’s team interviewed 1,212 cancer patients from the Los Angeles County Cancer Surveillance program, matched for age, gender, and neighborhood with 1,040 cancer-free controls. Marijuana use was measured in “joint years” (number of years smoked times number of joints per day).It turned out that increased marijuana use did not result in higher rates of lung and pharyngeal cancer, whereas tobacco smokers were at greater risk the more they smoked. Tobacco smokers who also smoked marijuana were at slightly lower risk of getting lung cancer than tobacco-only smokers.These findings were not deemed worthy of publication in “NIDA Notes.” Tashkin reported them at the 2005 meeting of the International Cannabinoid Research Society. They were published in the October 2006 issue of Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention.Without a press release from NIDA calling attention to its significance, the assignment editors of America had no idea that “Marijuana Use and the Risk of Lung and Upper Aerodigestive Tract Cancers: Results of a Population-Based Case-Control Study” by Mia Hashibe1, Hal Morgenstern, Yan Cui, Donald P. Tashkin, Zuo-Feng Zhang, Wendy Cozen, Thomas M. Mack and Sander Greenland was a blockbuster story.I suggested to Eric Bailey of the L.A. Times that he write up Tashkin’s findings -- UCLA provided the local angle if the anti-cancer effect wasn’t enough. Bailey said his editors wouldn’t be interested for some time because he had just filed a marijuana-related piece. The Tashkin scoop is still there for the taking! Tashkin Defends His Findings  Investigators from New Zealand recently got widespread media attention for a study contradicting Tashkin’s results. “Heavy cannabis users may be at greater risk of chronic lung disease –including cancer– compared to tobacco smokers,” is how BBC News summed up the New Zealanders’ findings.The very small size of the study –79 smokers took part, 21 of whom smoked cannabis only– was not held against the authors. In fact, the small New Zealand study was given much more coverage by the corporate press than the large UCLA study that preceded it.The New Zealand study was portrayed as the latest word on this important subject. As if scientific inquiry were some kind of tennis match and the truth just gets truthier with every volley.Tashkin criticized the New Zealanders’ methodology in his talk at Asilomar: “There’s some cognitive dissonance associated with the interpretation of their findings. I think this has to do with the belief model among the investigators and –I wish they were here to defend themselves– the integrity of the investigators… They actually published another paper in which they mimicked the design that we used for looking at lung function.”Tashkin spoke from the stage of an airy redwood chapel designed by Julia Morgan. He is pink-cheeked, 70ish, wears wire-rimmed spectacles. “For tobacco they found what you’d expect: a higher risk for lung cancer and a clear dose-response relationship. A 24-fold increase in the people who smoked the most… What about marijuana? If they smoked a small or moderate amount there was no increased risk, in fact slightly less than one. But if they were in the upper third of the group, then their risk was six-fold… A rather surprising finding, and one has to be cautious about interpreting the results because of the very small number of cases -- fourteen— and controls -- four.”Tashkin said the New Zealanders employed “statistical sleight of hand.” He deemed it “completely implausible that smokers of only 365 joints of marijuana have a risk for developing lung cancer similar to that of smokers of 7,000 tobacco cigarettes… Their small sample size led to vastly inflated estimates… They had said ‘it’s ideal to do the study in New Zealand because we have a much higher prevalence of marijuana smoking.’ But 88 percent of their controls had never smoked marijuana, whereas 36% of our controls (in Los Angeles) had never smoked marijuana. Why did so few of the controls smoke marijuana? Something fishy about that!” Strong Words for a UCLA School of Medicine Professor! As to the highly promising implication of his own study –that something in marijuana stops damaged cells from becoming malignant— Tashkin noted that an anti-proliferative effect of THC has been observed in cell-culture systems and animal models of brain, breast, prostate, and lung cancer. THC has been shown to promote apoptosis (damaged cells die instead of reproducing) and to counter angiogenesis (the process by which blood vessels are formed —a requirement of tumor growth). Other antioxidants in cannabis may also be involved in countering malignancy, said Tashkin.COPD Much of Tashkin’s talk was devoted to Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, another condition prevalent among tobacco smokers. Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are two forms of COPD, which is the fourth-leading cause of death in the United States. Air pollution and tobacco smoke are known culprits. Inhaled pathogens cause an inflammatory response, resulting in diminished lung function. COPD patients have increasing difficulty clearing the airways as they get older.Tashkin and colleagues at UCLA conducted a major study in which they measured lung function of various cohorts over eight years and found that tobacco-only smokers had an accelerated rate of decline, but marijuana smokers –even if they smoked tobacco as well– experienced the same rate of decline as non-smokers.“The more tobacco smoked, the greater the rate of decline,” said Tashkin. “In contrast, no matter how much marijuana was smoked, the rate of decline was similar to normal.”Tashkin concluded that his and other studies “do not support the concept that regular smoking of marijuana leads to COPD.”Breathe easier, everybody.Fred Gardner is the editor of O'Shaughnessy's, a quarterly journal of the California Cannabis Research Medical Group. Editor's Note: There is a groundswell of attention in the news to marijuana's role in causing and preventing various types of cancers. Last week, AlterNet published an article from the Marijuana Policy Project about a new study finding that pot smokers have a lower risk of head and neck cancers than people who don’t smoke pot. -- -- Earlier this year, the corporate media pounced on a study suggesting that men who had been using marijuana at least once per week and who had started smoking pot prior to age 18 had an elevated risk of testicular cancer known as nonseminoma, which makes up fewer than half of one percent of all cancer cases among men.Head, neck and testicular cancers are of course quite serious ailments to deal with, but what about cancer of the most obvious organ at risk with pot smoking, the lungs? Where's the science on that? The article below by Fred Gardner, editor of the medical marijuana research quarterly journal O'Shaughnessy's, shares the results of a major medical study the media completely ignored, and his conclusions are quite blunt on the matter: Smoking pot doesn't cause lung cancer. In fact, the study found that cigarette smokers who also smoked marijuana were at a lower risk of contracting lung cancer than tobacco-only smokers.Copyright: 2009 O'Shaughnessy's All rights reserved.Source: AlterNet (US)Author:   Fred Gardner, O'Shaughnessy'sPublished: August 28, 2009Copyright: 2009 Independent Media InstituteContact: letters Website: -- Cannabis Archives

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Comment #34 posted by FoM on September 12, 2009 at 09:40:17 PT
Thank you and you are very welcome.
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Comment #33 posted by schmeff on September 12, 2009 at 09:15:14 PT
You're a sweetheart! Many thanks.
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Comment #32 posted by FoM on September 12, 2009 at 08:18:25 PT
I checked and the link isn't working for me either. I have this link on my FTE web site and it's working.
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Comment #31 posted by schmeff on September 12, 2009 at 08:06:49 PT
Storm Crow's list
The link below seems to be dead. (At least it's not working for me!) Any ideas?
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Comment #30 posted by FoM on September 03, 2009 at 13:13:23 PT
Richard Zuckerman 
Thank you. I guess I will. It's always interesting to see you.
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Comment #29 posted by Richard Zuckerman on September 03, 2009 at 10:55:08 PT:
He was among the "leaders" in the present immigration glut! He got off too easy in the drowning of the woman MaryAnn Kopetky (phonetic). He was caught cheating TWICE. During the war, he was stationed in Paris, France, away from the fighting, and he did not achieve a rank above private. How many times had he taken the Bar Exam before passing? He was a drunken jerk the likeness of which I hope I never see again!! Yeah, he supported "civil rights" measures; But over the years I have arrived at the conclusion that forced racial integration has been a BAD thing for us White folks. And I am hoping the U.S. Supreme Court grants certiorari in the appeal the subject of as to whether the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms applies to the States, in order for THE PEOPLE to have the means to defend ourselves from the gangsters, including ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS, without relying upon the police whom are not cost effective, whom only solve 10% to 20% of the crimes [according to my teacher in Police Operations class I recently completed in Summer 2009 semester at Middlesex County College, Edison, New Jersey!!], whom are part of a "Blue wall of silence" of which the 9th Circuit formally recognized in Blair v. City Of Pomona, California in a published decision around 2000, whom lie in their police reports and in court [when they want to] with impunity!! And people don't believe in revenge [Read the book entitled GETTING EVEN: REVENGE AS A FORM OF JUSTICE].Go ahead and continue your puffery of what a "good" man the late U.S. Senator "Ted" Kennedy was, FoM!
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Comment #28 posted by FoM on August 29, 2009 at 16:45:09 PT
I love you too! What a day it has been watching the funeral of Senator Kennedy. What a gracious family. Lord knows we need more of that in our country. It just goes to show us that if you do good when you are gone love will always follow you. If you act the opposite no one will barely remember who you are. We do write our own epitaph. 
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Comment #27 posted by Hope on August 29, 2009 at 16:23:37 PT
I'm sorry.We love you. You know that.
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Comment #26 posted by FoM on August 29, 2009 at 10:50:42 PT

My son introduced me to Enya. I have most of her older CDs. Only Time was one I played over and over during his final days. I haven't listened to any of the CDs I have since 1996. It hit me hard when I heard it. What a beautiful service it was. I am getting work done so I can see the burial in a couple of hours at Arlington. I believe Senator Kennedy's dream will live on. What an amazing family.
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Comment #25 posted by Hope on August 29, 2009 at 10:41:41 PT

Comment 23
That is a sweet and beautiful video and song, FoM.Dry your tears. Rejoice for where you believe his soul flies now. I believe he's rejoicing in reunions, understanding, wonder and big time Holiness, and just ... joy.
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Comment #24 posted by Hope on August 29, 2009 at 10:38:44 PT

Sinsemilla Jones
They won't listen.I remember someone asking me, after the news reported that cannabis could help with dementia and Alzheimer's, 'why didn't you try to see if it would help your grandfather, back in the day?'Duh. Don't they remember? Besides, even we weren't sure, without the studies we have today. But... Duh?
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Comment #23 posted by FoM on August 29, 2009 at 05:44:13 PT

Song For Senator Kennedy - Only Time
I am watching Morning Joe and they went to commercial playing this beautiful song as they showed people filing into the tent at the cemetery. Will we ever see a person in politics like Senator Kennedy again? I hope and pray we do. Maybe my tears will end later today.Enya -- Only Time
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Comment #22 posted by Sinsemilla Jones on August 28, 2009 at 23:25:00 PT

"You didn't want to hear. You really didn't."
hope, that made me think of an old ee cummings poem -plato toldhim:he couldn't
believe it(jesustold him;he
wouldn't believe
certainly told
him,and general
and even
(believe it
told him:i told
him;we told him
(he didn't believe it,nosir)it took
a nipponized bit of
the old sixthavenue
el;in the top of his head:to tellhim(The US sold scrap metal to Japan in the 1930s that they turned into ammo for WWII.)
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Comment #21 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 23:16:32 PT

Altered State News & Review
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Comment #20 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 21:05:22 PT

Good night
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Comment #19 posted by FoM on August 28, 2009 at 20:57:08 PT

She is a lovely lady. It was a great send off for a good man. Good people aren't people who don't do any wrong but people who learn from it. He had every reason in his younger years to be like he was. Losing two brothers to murder had to be a mind bender. I'm calling it a day. I'm really tired tonight. Have a great weekend.
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Comment #18 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 20:42:47 PT

The eulogies and tributes are so nice.
Little Caroline looks so beautiful. She's a lovely woman. She resembles her mother more than she used to.
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Comment #17 posted by FoM on August 28, 2009 at 20:33:49 PT

Thank you for being you. You are very special and your passion is and always has been contagious. Storm Crow has done a wonderful job with her vision and passion. Maybe Teddy Kennedy and the whole Kennedy family have been special to me because I have Irish blood running thru my veins and I was raised with the Catholic discipline that I saw displayed tonight at the service for Senator Kennedy. I grew up with songs like Irish Eyes and issues of social justice were taught in school. I was clapping my hands to the songs and felt so happy to be able to get into the whole Memorial Service tonight. Even Orin Hatch moved me to tears. He really showed he has a heart. Love and understanding for people can move mountains. I don't often read comments on news articles if they favor the Democrats. There is so much anger it isn't worth it to read. Greed, hate, selfishness aren't my thing. I want a better more fair country so I keep my eyes on that dream. Have a great weekend.
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Comment #16 posted by ekim on August 28, 2009 at 19:41:48 PT

FoM Teddy inspired me
i can not prove it but i was restless and had to write on tues night.and tonight i feel i have to post because i am so moved by StormCrows list --so you FoM have helped many to become a little Teddy and fight the good fight
 [[ The Dream Lives ON[[Response to yesterdays editoral in the Kal Gazette.
Editorial: Spending for prevention can save state money
by the Kalamazoo Gazette Editorial Board 
Tuesday August 25, 2009, 9:15 AM---------------------------- Original Message ---------------------------- 
Subject: lte or view 
Date: Wed, August 26, 2009 12:34 am 
To: letters 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------- OK ill bite -on Our View 8-25-09 Spending on prevention can save state 
money. Market place on NPR on the same date had a story on 
As the planet warms, fewer crops will survive the summer heat. 
Some scientists are responding by keeping seeds on ice for future 
generations, but an Arizona seed farm is cultivating them in the desert 
sun. But what if one of the plants were Cannabis and was known to 
withstand high sunlight and thrive in all the suns mighty UV rays as it 
has for centuries in high mountain regions on earth. 
And found to 
grow in every state in the USA 
To make matters worse what if we as 
taxpayers were paying billions in our schools to teach 
children to completely forget the History of this plant. 
And instead 
of thinking of all the value added products and jobs to be made from 
Cannabis as in our past we teach the children to 
fear this plant. As the children grow they form there own ideas 
of what is the truth about the Cannabis plant. Some welcome 
information which shows that Cannabis is not to be feared and see 
what 30 
other Countries have allowed and encouraged there 
people to do with Cannabis. 
As when EX Cia Dir James Woolsey 
was at Western Michignan a few years ago and when he 
that Kal had shut down so many papermills and that WMU taught paper making 
wanted to send someone from the Hemp Industry to speak on 
the value of growing the plant 
and how the Univeristy could 
study it for many products. 
But sadly as i stood and watched as one 
after another hung there heads in shame or fear and said nothing. I often 
wonder if the news paper industry could have benifited from that study. others grew up still fearing the plant and many 
find jobs which make money from destroying as many Cannabis plants 
as they can get there hands on. Well last 
Nov. 63% voted for the use of Medical Marijuana. Passed in All 
the counties. So in the mentioned study Shoveling Up II from 
CASA The Impact of Substance Abuse on Fed, State and Local budgets. What are we getting for our $1.4 billion for elementary 
 and secondary schools year after year. 
is that Dare . One has to ask does this money not fall into the Prevention Category.its 
not working.63 % Please editors show the last years stats on 
the drug court and how many were for cannabis 
and how many for simple 
possession. For that matter show how many arrests in Kal for said 
Its go to drug court or go to jail. 
Ann Arbor has 
had a ticket law for over 30 years think of the tax money saved. Now that Med Cannabis is the law we must change the way we teach 
the children maybe 
that means leaving the teaching up to the 
parent, in the event that it must be taught in school 
on the med value be included -as well as products made from the plant 
today and throughout our long History from the ships sails and rigging 
that brought us here to the very cloths they wore to the oil they ate 
was from Cannabis. 
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Comment #15 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 17:52:28 PT

Linked from Pete's place, DrugWarRant
Warning on possible pot growers called profiling
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Comment #14 posted by FoM on August 28, 2009 at 14:36:19 PT

OT: Senator Kennedy
I am very quiet because I am thinking about Senator Kennedy and his family. I don't think any Senator's funeral has ever got this kind of news coverage except Bobby Kennedy's funeral. I will never forget him and I appreciate how he stood with us for medical marijuana along with Senator Kerry. I remember watching the burial of Bobby Kennedy by candle light because so many people wanted to see the train as his body was taken to Arlington. I hope many people are taking in this event because that is what it is. I doubt we will ever see such a caring person in politics as Senator Kennedy. Maybe Obama will try very hard to follow in his footsteps.
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Comment #13 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 14:03:17 PT

The studies. The results. Storm Crow's List.
Basically people that might have listened to some of the news about cannabis and prohibition from me before, started not wanting to hear anymore. After about fifteen miraculous things... some people refused to want to hear anymore. They can't grasp it. They go into overload. One of them I printed the list for. A stack. I think it was about an inch and half or so sheaf of fine print. To the others that didn't want to hear, I never even mentioned it anymore to them. They'd already had all they could handle of it all."Pearls". Wonderful things, you know?Someday, they may say, "Why didn't you tell me?"I'll have to say, "You didn't want to hear. You really didn't."
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Comment #12 posted by tintala on August 28, 2009 at 13:19:20 PT:

That list is undeniably , INSANE! I would like to pass that along to everyone .... OBAMA should be reading this list. I thought the list would never end. next a list on HEMP.
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Comment #11 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 12:04:20 PT

Storm Crows warn us of storms.
There is a storm of major proportions brewing in that list.When it breaks, it will be a deluge.
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Comment #10 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 12:00:19 PT

If, perchance, anyone has not seen
Granny Storm Crow's list. You should prepare yourself to be flabbergasted and go see it.
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Comment #9 posted by Hope on August 28, 2009 at 11:55:40 PT

Pride is pretty much always a problem, BGreen.
Any kind of pride.Haven't even the oldest scribes that we know of, more or less, proclaimed it even? If a person pays any kind of attention to their life, they've seen it. Some take greater note of it than others, and others ignore it. Sometimes, completely. Sometimes to the point of self delusion. If you observe people, it's really not that hard to see.Don't some faiths believe pride is a big "sin" or character failure, in itself?We are all hormone driven. We are the animal we are. We all know to try and resist certain hormonally sparked thoughts or behaviors. Happily, some can be nurtured, fanned, and protected. Sometimes it's very unwise to nurture a wild spark we might get. Some should be extinguished quickly. There could be a great forest fire.Humility, I'm pretty sure, is the cure... one way or the other.Self control, self restraint, self respect and all that stuff are better than pride or arrogance and "I'm the best somehow and you're not somehow". I think that's pretty much a fact. Even historically and all.Pride gone "Grand" scale can be be especially destructive. Pride, hatred, malice, spitefulness. They're cunning, deceitful, and destructive behaviors. They interconnect and support each other often. Giving people with those kinds of human tendencies jobs of great power over other people can lead to more problems.There's a balance in our behavior somewhere and sometimes even other people make it easy to tip towards pride, something, as you've noted, that can be very destructive. It's amazing how easily a person can be fighting that balance, one way or the other ... staying the middle.Hormones of all sorts, no doubt, weigh very heavily, one way or the other, on that delicate balance that is our lives, individually and as a community and coexisters.
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Comment #8 posted by Storm Crow on August 28, 2009 at 11:47:21 PT

For more "ignored" articles about cannabis...
Read "Granny Storm Crow's list. My list is filled with these "somehow forgotten" studies. How many? In font 12, it comes out to about 120 pages of titles and links to those ignored studies and articles. And it's not just about cancer- cannabis can be used in treating MRSA, diabetes, strokes, heart attacks, ADHD, MS, osteoporosis, fibro, Alzheimer's, even Mad Cow Disease! Educate yourself!To get your own copy of "Granny Storm Crow's list", go here- all of this becomes public knowledge, someone is going to have a whole lot of explaining to do! Cannabis IS medicine! 
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Comment #7 posted by FoM on August 28, 2009 at 11:24:14 PT

Male pride. I sure have seen that online. I kind of laugh a little and in my mind I see pride at work and just shake my head. Pride isn't just on prohibitionists side we all know by now.
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Comment #6 posted by BGreen on August 28, 2009 at 10:35:45 PT

Male pride is a big problem
A good percentage of men would rather see others die than admit they made a mistake. I don't identify with that type of behavior nor understand it but I know it exists. This type of men are also the most likely to seek positions of power and control.These testosterone driven men (and some women) will fight to defend their lie no matter how insane their excuses are nor how many innocent people get harmed or killed in the process.That type of barbaric idiocy explains the motivation and reasoning behind most of the wars and other man-made disasters that have plagued humanity since the beginning of time.It must stop!The Reverend Bud Green
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Comment #5 posted by FoM on August 28, 2009 at 10:25:12 PT

Control Control Control
They always must find someway to control people. What will happen to the drug testing industry? They don't want to lose that. I understand when a victim is involved but with Cannabis there are no victims. 
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Comment #4 posted by BGreen on August 28, 2009 at 10:21:45 PT

The NIDA is killing people by omission
Whether it's preventing research from taking place at all or stifling results for a political/religious ideology, it's still murder for all of the people who die from diseases that could be treated with cannabis and it's pure and simple torture for all of the people thrown into jail for possessing such a miraculous plant.How can these cannabis prohibitionist creatures even claim to be human?The Reverend Bud Green
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Comment #3 posted by HempWorld on August 28, 2009 at 09:52:11 PT

The Secret of Worldwide Drug Prohibition:
The Varieties and Uses of Drug Prohibition.Highly recommended reading!
The Secret of Worldwide Drug Prohibition!
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Comment #2 posted by Sam Adams on August 28, 2009 at 08:54:42 PT

workings of the empire
The corporations control the media and the government. The govt. controls the schools. It's a nicely closed loop. They don't want you using cannabis. It might make you think twice before your borrow some more money to buy the various useless stuff you don't need. It might make you realize you don't need to slave your whole life, living as an indentured servant to the banking industry, for an 8,000 sqf McMansion. 
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Comment #1 posted by HempWorld on August 28, 2009 at 08:23:38 PT

Thank you Fred for this great article!
You are absolutely right! It is a disgrace that the media is biased to the extent that good news on marijuana is ignored or worse, contradicted by studies that have inadequate numbers of subjects.These findings could save a lot of lives, but society at large is not interested in that. Go figure!
Legalize It!
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