Can the Mayo Clinic be so wrong?

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:   Who is the Mayo clinic working for, if not patients? Granted, Corrective Cancer Care™ offers natural remedies which correct the problems so it does result in fewer sales of patented, prescription, synthetic, expensive drugs to people but most doctors will tell you that is a GOOD thing…..  unless you work for big pHARMa.  Had the suffix “M.D.” come to mean “Marketing Director”?

Have the Mayo Clinic scientists not take 5 minutes to enter the search terms “cancer” and “cannabis” in Pub Med to see the over 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles on the merits of medical marijuana?  My nephew Joby found these on line and he never studied medicine or science. Are the scientists at the Mayo not looking?  You look below and then maybe give a call to the Mayo and give them the good news.


Why the Cleveland Clinic Said No to Medical Marijuana


In the fall of 2018, Ohio joined several other states in granting patients with verified medical conditions legal access to medical marijuana. (Its recreational use remains illegal.) However, in a statement issued earlier this month, the Cleveland Clinic announced that it will not be recommending this treatment to its patients.

Medscape spoke with Paul Terpeluk, DO, medical director of employee health services at the Cleveland Clinic, to hear more about the reasoning behind the decision.

Medscape: For what medical conditions is medical marijuana approved in Ohio?

Terpeluk: Under Ohio law, certified physicians may recommend medical marijuana only for the treatment of the following qualifying medical conditions: AIDS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosisAlzheimer disease, cancer, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, Crohn disease, epilepsy or another seizure disorder, fibromyalgia, glaucoma, hepatitis C, inflammatory bowel diseasemultiple sclerosis, pain that is either chronic and severe or intractable, Parkinson disease, positive status for HIV, post-traumatic stress disordersickle cell anemia, spinal cord disease or injury, Tourette syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and ulcerative colitis.

Further information is available at the website for Ohio’s Medical Marijuana Control Program.

Medscape: Where does the evidence stand on the clinical use of marijuana?

Terpeluk: There is little verified, published research that supports marijuana—in forms such as vaporizers, edibles, oils, tinctures, and patches sold in dispensaries—as a medical treatment. Most “evidence” is based on anecdote rather than on large double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials.

However, there is a significant amount of scientific literature that unequivocally shows that marijuana use has both short- and long-term deleterious effects on physical health, most profoundly on cardiovascular and respiratory health.

Medscape: What led Cleveland Clinic to come out against its clinical use? 

Terpeluk: Since Ohio’s medical marijuana dispensaries went live last month, patients as well as the general public have asked many questions about its use.

Our patients deserve a clear, reasoned explanation as to why their Cleveland Clinic physicians will not be offering recommendations for medical marijuana or signing up for a “Certificate to Recommend” from the State Medical Board of Ohio….


Here are over 100 clinical studies that proves that:


Cannabis kills Tumor cells:


Cannabis Cures Colorectal Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Uterine, Testicular, and Pancreatic Cancers:…/cannabis/healthprofessional/page4


Cannabis-derived substances in cancer therapy and anti-tumour properties:


Cannabis Cures Brain Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Mouth and Throat Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Breast Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Lung Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Prostate Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Blood Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Skin Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Liver Cancer:


Cannabis Cures Cancer in General:


Cannabinoids in intestinal inflammation and cancer:


Cannabis use and cancer of the head and neck: Case-control study:


Cannabis THC at high doses in area, inhibits cholangiocarcinoma cancer:


Targeting CB2 cannabinoid receptors as a novel therapy to treat malignant lymphoblastic disease


Marijuana kills cancer cells:…/cam/cannabis/healthprofessional/page4


Cannabis Treatment in Leukemia:


Cannabinoids and the immune system:


Cannabis partially/fully induced cell death in Cancer:


Cannabis treatment of translocation-positive rhabdomyosarcoma:


Cannabis Induces apoptosis of uterine cervix cancer cells:


Cannabis treatment in lymphoma:


Cannabis kills cancer cells:


Cannabis regulator of Neural Cell Development


Cannabis treatment of Melanoma:


Cannabis treatment for Thyroid Carcinoma


Cannabis treatment in Colon Cancer:


Cannabinoids in intestinal inflammation and cancer.


Cannabinoids in health and disease:


Cannabis a neuroprotective after brain injury


Cannabis inhibits Cancer Cell Invasion:


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