Olivia Newton-John will champion the use of medicinal cannabis when she is in Australia this week, to raise money for her wellness and research centre.
A cancer sufferer who was prosecuted for growing four cannabis plants for medical use today said she has been made to “feel like a criminal” for trying to save her own life.
Alyssa Schuck smiled as she pulled at the light brown hair sticking out of her daughter’s hat.
It’s now legal to use marijuana to treat certain medical conditions in 25 states
Michael Baldasaro, a longtime marijuana activist and perennial candidate for office, has died in a Hamilton hospice after a short battle with cancer.
Since I posted the letter that has spread further than I ever expected, I have received a few private responses on Facebook.
The largest clinical trial of its kind, testing medicinal cannabis to treat chemotherapy patients suffering from nausea, has been announced by New South Wales Premier Mike Baird.
A dad who claims cannabis oil helped him fight terminal cancer is setting up a foundation in his name in Liverpool.
He became a stoner cultural icon in 1978 with “Up in Smoke,” the first of a lucrative series of Cheech & Chong movies that comically celebrated pleasures of pot during a wholly illicit era for marijuana.
Kieran McCrory, 38, was given just nine months to live but now doctors have told him his tumour has stopped growing and no other treatment is needed at this stage.