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I am suffering from lymphoma, it is almost 3 months now since I found out about this. It's a kind of cancer that begins in infection-fighting cells of the immune system. I don't know how will I be cured but this friend of mine told me to try the CBD, at first I did not believe because my doctor doesn't allow me to take some cannabis as a medicine and this is a fake medicinal treatment. But I read this  that it really help others that's why I tried it but I did not tell my doctor about it. So I take this for months and it really helps me a lot. I know that others won't believe me but trust me it really does.

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I don't think it is wise for anyone to take medications of any kind without informing their oncologist.  While marijuana and its products are sometimes helpful for pain, nausea, and other symptoms and side effects, there is no credible evidence it actually treats cancer itself.  I'm glad it is giving you some relief, but I'd encourage you to tell your doctor.  

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