Woman, 49, given just months to live claims cannabis oil CURED her brain tumour after chemotherapy failed
- Lynn Cameron, 48, from Blantyre, Scotland was given just ‘six to 18 months’
- Her grade 4 tumour was not responding to chemotherapy and radiotherapy
- She claims after taking cannabis oil the ‘terminal’ mass disappeared on scans
- Studies suggest cannabinoids kill lab-grown and animal cancer cells
- But experts say not currently enough evidence to claim it a ‘cure’ for humans
A woman diagnosed with an incurable brain tumour has credited cannabis oil for making her cancer-free.
Lynn Cameron was told she had just ‘six to 18 months’ to live and was devastated when chemotherapy and radiotherapy were failing to reduce the deadly mass.
The 48-year-old began desperately researching alternative medicines and diets in a desperate bid to survive.
After she opted to try the oil when a friend suggested it, a scan later revealed the cancer had disappeared.
Lynn, from Blantyre, in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, told the Daily Record: ‘I found it hard to believe that it would cure brain cancer so advanced.
‘Each scan I received after that was showing an improvement.
‘I had been told that chemotherapy and radiotherapy doesn’t make much difference, so I knew it must be the cannabis doing it. By the sixth MRI, the cancer had gone.’