Government-backed researchers in Thailand found in a series of test tube studies that cannabis extracts may inhibit cancer cell growth.

A government-led study in Thailand suggests that cannabis may inhibit cancer cell growth, the Bangkok Post reports. The Government Pharmaceuticals Organization (GPO) study found that both THC and CBD inhibited cancer cells in test tubes and the cannabinoids could be used to treat breast, pancreatic, and bile duct cancer.

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Thai Study Suggests Cannabis Extracts May Inhibit Cancer Cell Growth