This documentary should outrage every American
Scottsdale, Arizona (PRWEB) March 26, 2012
Muse Productions announced today the Premier date of Chronic Future - Killing Cancer.
"Chronic Future - Killing Cancer" is a documentary created by Henry Miller and Cory Pritchard. It tells the story of Arizona Governor Janet Brewer’s attempt to close down medical marijuana dispensaries and Allan Sobol, along with advocate attorney Tom Dean, fight to keep them. After the win in court, the story continues as it introduces patient after patient with debilitating ailment where medical marijuana healing ingredients have successfully treated the disease.
The film covers everything from seed to success in the political and medical arena. As the unfortunate dark side the film also illuminates and exposes the story of how the government has avoided and covered up the successful medicinal use of marijuana, and decades of hypocrisy and misdirected messaging.
Perhaps the biggest revolution to this story is the apparent success and healing power that cannabis has when used to treat cancer patients. Cannabis Science is a pioneering US biotech company that is developing pharmaceutical cannabis products. Cannabis Science has worked with 4 patients who administered Cannabis Science approved extracts to self-treat basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas (skin cancer). Photo-documentation on the Cannabis Science website (cannabisscience.com), shows that concentrated marijuana extract, topically applied to skin cancer, dramatically reduces the tumor burden and in some cases appears to have eliminated the cancer as confirmed by biopsy.
Dr. Melamede comments, "'Chronic Future' is a very important film. It highlights the extent to which prohibitionists are willing to impede the voice of American Citizens as expressed at the ballot box. How is it possible that our representatives in the various levels of government are allowed to get away actions that are undemocratic, and in fact treasonous. The documentary should outrage every American.”
The objective of the "Chronic Future" documentary is to tell the truth about the benefits of medical marijuana, the government cover-up, and through the power of the media, reverse the negative stigma and propaganda the government has instilled in the public since the 1930s.
"Chronic Future - Killing Cancer" will premier on April 5th, 2012, at the Harkins Theater on Shea and Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale. Media are invited to the 5:00pm airing (limited seating) with a Q & A to follow. A VIP airing will start at 7:00pm. "Chronic Future" will remain in rotation through the month of April at this Harkins theater.
About Muse Productions:
Muse Productions is headed by Henry Miller. During the last six years of running his logistic company he wrote 35 script as well as wrote and directed three short films, one of which, “Rollers” won at the New York Film Festival.
Other projects of Muse Productions include a full feature film “Fix” about the rise and fall of a rock star featuring music from Guns and Roses, and “The Black Angels.”
About Dr. Bob Melamede, PH.D:
Associate Professor of Biology, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
Robert Melamede is an associate professor of biology at the University of Colorado, in one of the eleven states that allow the medicinal use of marijuana. Dr. Melamede is an expert on the biology of the cannabis plant, how it relates to the human endocannabinoid system, and why the cannabis plant has the potential to affect so many diseases and illnesses.
Dr. Robert Melamede received his Ph.D. from the City University of New York. From there he became a Research Associate and Research Assistant Professor at New York Medical College and in 1989 he became a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Vermont. In 2001 he moved to the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as an Associate Professor, and became the Chairman of the Biology Department until he retired as Chairman in the Fall of 2005. Dr. Melamede's expertise has been the repair of DNA damages caused by free radicals, the production of monoclonal antibodies via phage display, far from equilibrium thermodynamics as applied to biological systems, and pulling these all together, the endocannabinoid system. Additionally, Dr. Melamede is a founder of a small biotech company (Newellink) exploring novel cancer therapies.