news News Cheer Fund 2020 Business Opinion Sports Arts Life Driving Healthing The GrowthOp Podcasts ePaper Breadcrumb Trail Links NewsMedicalLegalizationHealth Canadian study: Cannabis use among patients with head and neck cancer not associated with developing second primary cancer “Our results are consistent with the theory that cannabis is not carcinogenic and, hence, would not follow patterns of field cancerization.” Author of the article:Angela Stelmakowich “The results suggest that cannabis behaves differently than tobacco smoking, as it may not be associated with the traditional concepts of field cancerization.” / PHOTO BY OCSKAYMARK / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS

News Cheer Fund 2020 Business Opinion Sports Arts Life Driving Healthing The GrowthOp Podcasts ePaper Breadcrumb Trail Links NewsMedicalLegalizationHealth Canadian study: Cannabis use among patients with head and neck cancer not associated with developing second primary cancer “Our results are consistent with the theory that cannabis is not carcinogenic and, hence, would not follow patterns of field cancerization." Author of the article:Angela Stelmakowich “The results suggest that cannabis behaves differently than tobacco smoking, as it may not be associated with the traditional concepts of field cancerization.” / PHOTO BY OCSKAYMARK / ISTOCK / GETTY IMAGES PLUS

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