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Researchers at UNSW Sydney (The University of New South Wales) are seeking volunteer research participants to learn about the relationship between having a loved one diagnosed with cancer and health anxiety.
Participants need to be aged over 18 years old and have had a loved one diagnosed with cancer. The study is also open open Australia-wide.
If you decide to take part, you would be asked to:
You can take part in the study by going to: https://unswpsy.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1SP4tXnzhLlKAKN
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Found this article and even the chances is slow a cure is still a cure.
Slowing the progress is good enough.
Thanks for posting. You may also be interested in this article from Oncology News which looks at the current evidence for cannabis use in cancer: Does cannabis cure cancer? We asked an expert.
"Let’s start by asking what the medical efficacy might be. Contrary to what most people believe, medical uses of cannabis have been widely studied. A 2017 review by the National Academy of Science looked at over 10,000 studies. They found evidence for some applications of cannabis, including managing chronic pain and spasms associated with multiple sclerosis. There was also good evidence that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, can reduce the nausea caused by chemotherapy. Indeed, a synthetic form of THC, called dronabinol, has been prescribed for just this use for decades.
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