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George Gannon, 30, from Basingstoke, claims that the use of cannabis oil has helped reduce his 12 brain tumors by 95 percent (pictured here with his girlfriend Natalie)

The man claims that he & # 39; is essentially cancer-free & # 39; is in favor of cannabis oil after stopping chemotherapy – and says it helped reduce TWELVE brain tumors by 95 percent

  • George Gannon, 30, from Basingstoke, had multiple brain tumors
  • December 2018 started taking cannabis oil and stopped chemotherapy in February
  • By August doctors were told that he was almost completely cancer-free
  • Revealed: & # 39; It's pretty surreal, it's the best news we could have ever imagined & # 39;
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A man has revealed that he & # 39; is essentially cancer-free & # 39; is after he has stopped chemotherapy and used cannabis oil instead – which he claims has reduced his 12 tumors by 95 percent.

George Gannon, 30, from Basingstoke, was diagnosed with multiple brain tumors last summer and was told in December 2018 that he & # 39; probably would not survive & # 39 ;.

Regarding other forms of medicine, he started using cannabis oil and two months later he stopped taking chemotherapy altogether – and now doctors have told him that he is almost completely cancer-free.

& # 39; It was pretty surreal, & # 39; he said, speaking to the Bazingstoke Gazette. & # 39; I was shaking like a leaf. It was the best news we could have ever imagined. & # 39;

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George Gannon, 30, from Basingstoke, claims that the use of cannabis oil has helped reduce his 12 brain tumors by 95 percent (pictured here with his girlfriend Natalie)

George Gannon, 30, from Basingstoke, claims that the use of cannabis oil has helped reduce his 12 brain tumors by 95 percent (pictured here with his girlfriend Natalie)

The businessman was destroyed by his cancer diagnosis last year when doctors told him he had multiple brain tumors, 29 years old.

At that time he lived on the island of Ko Pha Ngan in Thailand, had no medical insurance and was unable to get the care he needed.

After returning to the UK, he started taking a high dose of chemotherapy, but told how it almost destroyed him & # 39; and had left him in a very dark place.

Believing there was little hope left, doctors started talking to George about hospice options.

The couple (photo) decided to dump chemotherapy after putting George in a & # 39; very dark place & # 39; had left behind and watched his health deteriorate

The couple (photo) decided to dump chemotherapy after putting George in a & # 39; very dark place & # 39; had left behind and watched his health deteriorate

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The couple (photo) decided to dump chemotherapy after putting George in a & # 39; very dark place & # 39; had left behind and watched his health deteriorate

Desperate for help, George and his girlfriend Natalie went looking for alternative therapies.

In December 2018 he started taking cannabis oil and in February this year he stopped taking chemotherapy after it had cost him almost his life.

George told how he felt more energetic after taking the oil three times a day for around £ 1,300 a month.

& # 39; I started to feel like a completely new person, but I had no idea if I was doing well or not, & # 39; he told the publication.

After taking cannabis oil three times a day, George said he suddenly felt that he & # 39; normal & # 39; behaved and had more energy. Pictured with girlfriend Natalie
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After taking cannabis oil three times a day, George said he suddenly felt that he & # 39; normal & # 39; behaved and had more energy. Pictured with girlfriend Natalie

After taking cannabis oil three times a day, George said he suddenly felt that he & # 39; normal & # 39; behaved and had more energy. Pictured with girlfriend Natalie

At one stage, George's forecast was so severe that he said doctors started talking about hospice options (pictured with his girlfriend Natalie)

At one stage, George's forecast was so severe that he said doctors started talking about hospice options (pictured with his girlfriend Natalie)

At one stage, George's forecast was so severe that he said doctors started talking about hospice options (pictured with his girlfriend Natalie)

& # 39; I suddenly had more energy and behaved as normal. I could see that something had shifted, but I wasn't sure. & # 39;

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Three months later, an MRI scan revealed that George's tumors had stopped growing and by August doctors said he was almost completely cancer-free.

However, George warned on Facebook that he is not yet completely free of the disease.

He wrote: & # 39; I haven't cleared up yet. And I don't want it too much hypeen (the doctor picked it up for us), but it's more than obvious cannabis oil that works right away, wiping out twelve tumors in less than a year.

& # 39; I have an incredible family and my absolutely incredible friend Natalie was by my side and was the lifeline I needed to stay on track.

& # 39; She reminded me why I had to stay on track and I can't thank all your wonderful souls enough for their presence!

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& # 39; Thank you! # **** Cancer #WeedWins. & # 39;

CAN CANNABIS OIL CURE CANCER?

Government advisers made it legal to buy CBD supplements in 2016

Government advisers made it legal to buy CBD supplements in 2016

Cannabis oil is currently illegal in the UK

A mother of two claimed in February that she had cured her aggressive breast cancer by taking a drop of cannabis oil with THC every day.

Dee Mani, 44, refused chemotherapy when she was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer – which was considered the deadliest form – and instead opted for the oil, which is illegal in the UK.

Doctors gave her the complete error just five months after she chose the oil.

Despite her claim that the hair cured cancer, there is no evidence that cannabis or any of its compounds can treat cancer in humans, as research has shown that the anti-tumor effects of the drug have been in petri dishes and mice.

Dr. Kat Arney, formerly of Cancer Research UK, said that although research results are promising, cancer patients should not get their hopes.

She said earlier: & We know that cannabinoids can have different effects on cancer cells grown in the laboratory and on animal tumors.

& # 39; But there is currently no good evidence from clinical trials to show that they can treat cancer safely and effectively in patients. & # 39;

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Cannabis oil – different from CBD oil because it contains THC, the compound that users have a & # 39; high & # 39; gives – is illegal under UK law.

It influences the release and uptake of "feel good" chemicals such as dopamine and serotonin.

Billy Caldwell, from Castlederg, Northern Ireland, made headlines in April when he became the first Briton to be prescribed it on the NHS.

He received permission earlier this year to use cannabis oil to treat his epilepsy.

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