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    Marijuana To Fight Skin Cancer In Major Human Trial

    One of the world's first large, controlled trials of cannabis for melanoma launches in Australia Marijuana is being called in to fight one of the world's deadliest, scariest killers - a type of cancer caused by your next summer vacation. Researchers at the University of Canberra have...
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    Marijuana To Fight Skin Cancer In Major Human Trial

    One of the world's first large, controlled trials of cannabis for melanoma launches in Australia Marijuana is being called in to fight one of the world's deadliest, scariest killers - a type of cancer caused by your next summer vacation. Researchers at the University of Canberra have...
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    Medical Marijuana To Treat Melanoma Patients, Trials To Begin Soon

    University of Canberra researchers will be collaborating with a pharmaceutical company to test the effectiveness of medical marijuana in treating melanoma. Israel-based Cann Pharmaceutical will be providing specific medical-grade strains of cannabis with the university announcing a $1 million...
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    Medical Marijuana To Treat Melanoma Patients, Trials To Begin Soon

    University of Canberra researchers will be collaborating with a pharmaceutical company to test the effectiveness of medical marijuana in treating melanoma. Israel-based Cann Pharmaceutical will be providing specific medical-grade strains of cannabis with the university announcing a $1 million...
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    Cannabis Trialled As Melanoma Treatment By University Of Canberra

    Researchers at the University of Canberra will collaborate with a pharmaceutical company to test the efficacy of medicinal cannabis in treating melanoma. The university announced a $1 million deal with Israel-based Cann Pharmaceutical to provide specific medical-grade strains of cannabis...
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    Cannabis Trialled As Melanoma Treatment By University Of Canberra

    Researchers at the University of Canberra will collaborate with a pharmaceutical company to test the efficacy of medicinal cannabis in treating melanoma. The university announced a $1 million deal with Israel-based Cann Pharmaceutical to provide specific medical-grade strains of cannabis...