1. In all honesty Legal Marijuana would not work in places like Thailand, as much as I would love to see it happen. There are too many dodgy Thai's and too much political corruptions, in my opinion, the things that has never happened to Marijuana will happen in the SE Asia if it were legal and very possibly its perfect reputation would fast tarnish because of all the wrong people smoking it and abusing it. Just my opinion.

  2. A medical doctor’s claim that he is not biased in favor of pharmaceutical companies because he uses radiotherapy is absurd because radiotherapy uses drugs (radiosensitizers) and radiotherapy is used in conjunction with chemotherapy.
    Even if Petch’s argument that he is not biased because he does not prescribe medicine and only uses radiotherapy—radiotherapy equipment is multi-billion dollar industry.

    Dr. Petch—Please sir, step up and accept scientific data without bias

  3. Thank you for posting this. Many thousands of articles and videos of how it has cured many illnesses. We need someone to translate this info into Thai so Thai people can inform themselves and make their own decisions based on this information. I would be happy and willing to donate to this translation service.

  4. Radiotherapy 5 year survival rates range from 6 % percent to 98% and average about 50% according to the Cancer Treatment and Survivorship Statistics, 2014. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.3322/caac.21235/pdf
    This means half of your radiology patients die within 5 years. Are these statistics incorrect? Where is your data?
    There is clear research showing remission of tumors from endocannabinoid treatment. Here is one of multiple studies. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4171598/
    Can you dispute the data behind these studies or can medical doctors only appeal to their authority to make an argument?
    The medical industry has been in bed with the pharmaceutical industry from its beginning. How can a medical (allopathic) doctor claim to be unbiased?

  5. It's quite unfortunate really that marijuana is not getting the attention it deserves. The general theory is that the big medical companies do not want people to realize that they can grow the cure for cancer in their backyards. I'm sure they'll find another disease to create.

  6. I'm glad that attention is being brought to this. My husband suffered from severe nausea due to ongoing chemotherapy and we tried everything. More meds seemed to make it worse so we finally turned to cannabis and it worked. It really helped my husband overcome that pain and nausea.

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