Use of Cannabis Becomes More Prevalent in Cancer Treatment

NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — In the past few decades, medical institutions had begun to use cannabis a form of treatment, as a result of its multifarious therapeutic effects. Researchers have conducted years of studies in order to understand the plant and its effects further. Positive results have thus allowed the integration of cannabis into medical facilities, but it also helped propel the global legalization efforts. The active components in cannabis, THC and CBD, are linked to possessing beneficial effects on the body, which make them popular options for treatment. Currently, cannabis is predominately being used to treat mild to severe medical conditions such as chronic pain, cancer, epilepsy, and seizures. And according to data compiled by Acute Market Reports, the global medical marijuana market was valued at USD 13.9 Billion in 2017 and is expected to reach USD 57.58 Billion by 2026. Additionally,

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