50-Year-Old Man Cures Lung Cancer With Cannabis Oil, Stuns CBS News

When 50 year old Darren Miller was diagnosed with “incurable inoperable” lung cancer, he started utilizing cannabis oil together with his chemotherapy treatment.

Darren was diagnosed with “incurable inoperable” lung and pericardial heart sac cancer, and was given only about a year to live. Doctors told him that he could extend his life expectancy by undergoing chemotherapy.

We all know that lung cancer has one of the lowest survival rates. Patients diagnosed with Stage IA non-small cell lung cancer have less than 50% chances to survive and they drop rate as the cancer progresses. For a Stage IV patient, the likelihood of recovery is 1%.

Knowing this, Darren decided to supplement his chemotherapy treatments with cannabis oil. And this wasn’t only to extend his lifespan, but to actually completely treat the disease and save his life.

In order to qualify for medical assistance, his wife quit her job and they moved to California where he can utilize the oil legally.

After only seven months, Darren became cancer free with hospital documents as a proof.

“Today, which is seven months later, they tell me I am completely cancer-free – not remission. I’ve cured my cancer. Now, am I giving credit to the cannabis oil? Absolutely. Am I giving credit to chemo? I would have to say yes, too. I did both,” stated Darren for an affiliate of CBS News.

After winning the fight, his wife and he moved back to Illinois, where he now runs a “compassionate cannabis” program to help others who are struggling like he did.

“What we’re doing is we’re just making small amounts to keep it around and educating others on how to do this,” he said. “Because if you have access to any kind of cannabis, I can give you links on my site to show you how to do this in your own kitchen and save your life.”

Darren’s case is only one of the thousands of others who can give total credit to cannabis oil for curing their cancer.

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