Tag: Neurology

When Good Cells Go Bad: Your Brain Helping Brain Tumors Survive

By Susan Fung, February 21, 2012, 8 PM, downstairs at Town Hall Seattle. Brain tumors are made of up to 30% of the body’s own immune cells. The tumors accomplish this by releasing chemicals that attract and reprogram immune cells that

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Using the Science of Marijuana to Improve Treatments for Disorders of Body and Mind

By Will Marrs March 16, 2011 In addition to its well-known status as a recreational drug, marijuana (cannabis) also has a long and impressive history of medical usage. Cannabis was used as medicine by societies around the world for thousands

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