“Cristina Sanchez, a young biologist at Complutense University in Madrid, was studying cell metabolism when she noticed something peculiar. She had been screening brain cancer cells because they grow faster than normal cell lines and thus are useful for research purposes. But the cancer cells died each time they were exposed to tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the principal psychoactive ingredient of marijuana’ Instead of gaining insight into how cells function, Sanchez had stumbled upon the anti-cancer properties of THC. In 1998, she reported in a European biochemistry journal that THC “induces apoptosis [cell death] in C6 glioma cells,” an aggressive form of brain cancer. Click here to read full urhealthguide.com article
The following is a video of Dr. Christina Sanchez, an atomic scholar at Compultense University in Madrid, Spain, obviously clarifying how THC (the fundamental psychoactive constitute of the cannabis plant) totally slaughters malignancy cells.