The family of an entrepreneur with terminal brain cancer claim the NHS is ‘inhumane’ for not giving him cannabis oil to reduce side effects of his cancer treatment.
George Gannon, 29, flew back to the UK from his home of four years in Koh Phangang, Thailand, after being diagnosed with a frontal lobe malignant tumour in October.
The social media consultant and DJ was told that his cancer was terminal in December 2018.
In palliative care, Mr Gannon is taking cancer drugs including steroids, which give him severe side effects which he says are alleviated by cannabis oil.
He and his girlfriend, Canadian-born Natalie Hobbs, 29, currently have to buy it online for £1,200 a month and claim the NHS have been dismissive.
The family of George Gannon, 29, claim the ‘inhumane’ NHS is denying him access to ‘life-saving’ cannabis oil which he claims alleviates…