MP’s assistant, 69, claims she has destroyed a 33mm cancerous tumour in her breast using cannabis oil

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    By Alexandra Thompson Health Reporter For Mailonline A grandmother-of-10, who had a 33mm cancerous tumour in her breast, claims her cancer has not been visible for six months, which she credits to taking cannabis oil. Lin Coxon, 69, from Willington, Derbyshire, believes she has beaten the disease, with her latest scan showing ‘just small wisps which could be scar tissue’. Ms Coxon started taking the oil on June 28 while she was awaiting eight rounds of chemotherapy followed by surgery to remove cancerous breast tissue, as well as all her lymph nodes, and finally radiotherapy. After experiencing remarkable results, Ms Coxon, who is the personal assistant of  South Derbyshire MP Heather Wheeler, shunned further treatment, using just the oil to overcome the disease.   Ms Coxon is speaking out to encourage the Government and Cancer Research to carry out studies investigating cannabis oil’s effectiveness in cancer treatment.  She takes the nutritional supplement cannabidiol (CBD), which is derived from cannabis and is legal in the UK. It does not contain any THC, which is the psychoactive component of marijuana that makes users ‘high’. CBD, which is available for around £20, is thought to possess a range of medicinal benefits and has been reported to help people suffering from migraines, psoriasis, acne and depression.  Lin Coxon, who had a 33mm tumour in her breast, claims her cancer has not been visible for six months, which she credits to taking cannabis oil. MP’s assistant, 69, claims she has destroyed a 33mm cancerous tumour in her breast using cannabis oil

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