1. A year ago, doctors found a Stage 4 glioblastoma brain tumour in my brother´s right temporal lobe.
2. He had surgery in January 2013, followed by chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
3. The next scan was “clear”.
4. It never really went away, so was soon “back.”
5. More chemo. More drugs. Even more chemo.
6. This New Year he stated it would obviously be his last. He´s 52.
The Added Problem
1. THC and other active principles of marihuana, particularly the buds, slow or cure many cancers.
2. Marihuana is illegal in the UK, where my brother lives, and barely legal in Spain for personal use.
3. A legal form, for inhalation, called Sativex is available in the British Health service.
4. My brother´s doctor had never heard of it. When informed, he stated it was only approved for MS.
1. I got a miniscule 8 grams of the marihuana buds.
2. I made some oil in my pressure cooker and sent it to Scotland.
3. It never arrived.
4. Everything but the glioblastoma moves too slow.
5. I can´t be bothered writing more or adding links or uploading illustrations or giving facts and figures or working on my style or trying to boost my SEO.
6. I´m not giving up but routinely feel like this: