Terminal Cancer by Anonymous
Just wanted to say that I truly believe in what Marijuana does for a cancer patient, My father-in-law was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1996, and I truly wish I'd about Marijuana earlier. He basically died from starvation. He couldn't eat because the radiation treatments fried his esophagus. We finally got him a joint Thanksgiving Day, and it was so wonderful, he ate something for the first time in months. He was like a little kid, sneaking food, even if it was cold. That was a day to remember. He had a smile on his face. Unfortunately, we were to late. The day after, he was hospitalized never to return again. So I truly believe that if we had thought of it when he was first diagnosed he might have lived a little longer and have been happy.
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