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I have read many articles like this and the "risks" of marijuana on
the human body, but you never read an article directly linking marijuana
to causing these cancers. There are numerous ties with tobacco, alcohol,
illicit and LEGAL drugs, but there has not been one documented case in
medical history of cancer resulting from marijuana consumption.
I believe it is studies and articles like these that pose a serious
threat to the public education of an extremely miss-understood, and