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Joanne Crowther's Story: Beating Large B-cell lymphoma with Cannabis Oil
This is Joanne Crowther's Story on how she beat Large B-cell lymphoma with Cannabis Oil. In the summer of 2009 Joanne was diagnosed with large B-cell lymphoma. The lymphoma was eliminated with chemotherapy in February 2010. The treatment caused significant nausea, vomiting, febrile neutropenia (fever resulting from abnormally low white blood cell count), and pneumonia requiring hospitalization.
In March 2010, a brain MRI revealed several cancerous lesions. These were resolved by April 2010 with whole brain radiation, as indicated by a post-treatment MRI. For a year-and-a-half, Joanne was doing very well, even participating in a half-marathon. However, in November 2011, a mass developed in her left thigh. Doctors removed the 3.2 x 2.5cm mass, and determined it was consistent with diffuse large B-cell inter-vascular lymphoma.
The removal of this mass did not eliminate the lymphoma. In early January 2012, Joanne began receiving medications to treat complications of the cancer. Furthermore, another head CT scan revealed a 6mm cancer lesion in the left superior pons. The test also confirmed resolution of the previous lesions in the right thalamus and basal ganglia. Shortly after the 3.2 x 2.5cm mass excision, Joanne noticed regrowth of some mass in the same area. She received five shots of radiation in January for the new growth.
More scans in February 2012 revealed new adrenal cancerous nodules. Joanne began taking the chemotherapy drugs cisplatin and cytabarine to combat the cancers. She was then hospitalized between April 23rd, 2012 and May 3rd, 2012 due to acute renal failure and hepatitis, which had been induced by cisplatin and cytabarine respectively. The complications permanently ended Joanne’s chemotherapy regiment, with chemotherapy stopping in late April.
Joanne was then diagnosed with relapsed intravascular diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, and leptomeningeal disease.Without the strength to endure more chemotherapy or radiation, doctors could do nothing more, and Joanne was forced to try an alternative treatment.
In early May, she began taking cannabis oil. She started off with small rice-grain sized doses, but after a week felt no effects. She then uppedher dosage to a gram of oil a day, and within two weeks noticed beneficial effects – in general, feeling better and having more appetite. On July 30th, 2012, Joanne had a follow-up examination. The documentation resulting from the examination is to the right. It describes how Joanne is doing much better since being off chemotherapy, and that the left thigh mass “actually regressed spontaneously.”
Two months later in Another exam from September 24th, 2012 it states Joanne is now in remission. The report also notes thatshe had been taking regular hemp oil supplements (referring to cannabis oil, not hemp seed oil)
Further documentation of Joanne’s final appointments is recorded to the right. There are a few key things to note. First off, there is an error in the line, “She is taking certain organic oils, which rob her of appetite,according to the patient.” Upon inquiry of this odd statement, Joanne informed the author this was anerror, and she had actually said it helped her appetite, but for some reason it was incorrectly recorded.These documents also include the record of Joanne being told she was looking at a palliative situationafter abandoning chemotherapy. Finally, and most importantly, they record her clinical remission, with Dr. John W. S. Yun stating, “She made miraculous recovery with stable clinical condition with no furthercranial nerve palsy.
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