Merseyside’s worst ‘pot spots’ revealed
Far more people in Merseyside were caught in possession of cannabis than in other neighbouring
The worst area for people being caught in possession of cannabis in Merseyside has been revealed. Government statistics released by the Home Office, show that there were 4,989 crimes recorded by police in Merseyside where someone was in possession of marijuana last year
The figure was up from 4,030 in 2017, and 3,659 in 2016 and is twice as high as cannabis -related crimes recorded in Manchester and Chester.
The statistics revealed the areas in Merseyside where cannabis-related crimes were most often recorded by Police in 2018. (Complete article Merseyside’s worst ‘pot spots’ revealed – Liverpool Echo
Cancer rates in Liverpool ‘highest in England’ according to new report
Cannabis Causing Cancer Part 1 – Epidemiological overview and survey of USA cannabis, cannabidiol and cannabinoid genotoxicity expressed in cancer incidence 2003—2017: Part 1: Complete Research here https://rdcu.be/cKfKp
- Conclusion: Data suggest that cannabinoids including THC and cannabidiol are important community carcinogens exceeding the effects of tobacco or alcohol. Testicular, (prostatic) and ovarian tumours indicate mutagenic corruption of the germline in both sexes; pediatric tumourigenesis confirms transgenerational oncogenesis; quantitative criteria implying causality are fulfilled.
Cannabis Causing Cancer Part 2 – Epidemiological overview and survey of USA cannabis, cannabidiol and cannabinoid genotoxicity expressed in cancer incidence 2003—2017: Part 2: Complete Research here https://rdcu.be/cKfKq
- Conclusion: Data implicate 23/28 cancers as being linked with THC or cannabidiol exposure with epidemiologically causal relationships comparable to those for tobacco. AFE-attributable cases for cannabinoids (91,677 and 48,510) compare with PAR-attributable cases for tobacco (36,450). Cannabinoids constitute an important multivalent community carcinogen.
Cannabis Causing Cancer Part 3 – Epidemiological overview and survey of USA cannabis, cannabidiol and cannabinoid genotoxicity expressed in cancer incidence 2003—2017: Part 3: Complete Research here https://rdcu.be/cKfOH
- Conclusion: Cannabinoids including THC and cannabidiol are therefore important community carcinogens additive to the effects of tobacco and greatly exceeding those of alcohol. Reproductive tract carcinogenesis necessarily implies genotoxicity and epigenotoxicity of the germ line with transgenerational potential. Pseudoexponential and causal dose-response power functions are demonstrated.
You do the math!
And many of those in the #publichealth and #policy sector are advocating for liberalization of this #CANCER causing product.
It’s time to protect our communities and our most vulnerable citizens — our kids — from this #toxic tsunami, not promote pot.