Symptoms of Pineoblastoma cancer
The cause of pineoblastoma is still unknown but its development is associated with abnormalities in the chromosomes. Risk factors for this condition include inheritance of the following genetic conditions such as turcot syndrome, fanconi anemia, Li-Fraumeni syndrome, Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome and Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome.
Sophie Isabella Ryan was diagnosed with pineoblastoma brain tumor on June 23rd, 2013 at the age of 8 ½ months old
Her Mother sayed in an Interview - "After 11 months of chemo and high doses of cannabis oil, our daughter’s brain tumor is about 70-75% gone, and a massive cyst that had formed is about 85% gone."
"We were told that chemo would also not get rid of the cysts. We were told that she would for sure go blind in her left eye and her right eye would likely be compromised. Because of the shrinkage we have seen from the use of cannabis we have saved her vision. From what we can tell she can see perfectly, and has had zero complications due to sight loss."