Cheryl Shuman's Interview With Tommy Chong And The CANNAcig - Can Cannabis Cure Tommy Chong's Cancer?
Los Angeles, CA and Carson City, NV - Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announced today that the Company has posted all 8 parts of the video of Company Spokesperson, Cheryl Shuman's interview last month with Tommy Chong featuring the CANNAcig. The video is high definition and was edited into 8 segments to fit on YouTube.
It's the interview that everyone's been talking about. Tommy Chong, one-half of the marijuana-loving "Cheech and Chong" comedy duo, is battling prostate cancer, he announced on June 10, 2012 on CNN.
Having first noticed symptoms about eight years ago while incarcerated for selling drug paraphernalia, Chong said he was diagnosed "about a month ago." He revealed his condition in an interview about his support for decriminalizing marijuana use and sales.
"I've got prostate cancer, and I'm treating it with cannabis oil," he told CNN's Don Lemon. "So legalizing marijuana means a lot more to me than just smoking a joint. I want to be able to use cannabis to treat my cancer without being arrested."
Cheryl Shuman interviewed Tommy Chong on June 13, 2012, just after he announced his diagnosis of prostate cancer. Shuman, a cancer survivor and medical marijuana activist shared her secret of using cannabis oil with a new medical delivery system called the CANNAcig by RFMK.
In this exclusive interview, Tommy Chong discusses "Operation Pipe Dreams" and his incarceration at "Taft Prison". Chong feels strongly that the toxic environment he endured during his prison stay was the cause for his cancer. He immediately noticed symptoms while serving time.
RFMK's celebrity spokesperson, Cheryl Shuman has known and worked with Tommy Chong for over 20 years both in the entertainment and activism community. I met Tommy Chong back in the 90's when he was starring on "That 70's Show". Ironically, we shared the same publicist who arranged a visit to the set to meet Ashton Kutcher and the rest of the cast. We reunited when I launched the Beverly Hills Chapter of NORML in 2009. Tommy Chong and Cheech Marin both supported us by co-branding and launching Hey Watch This their first concert film in decades with the Weinstein Company. The collaboration was an amazing success, states Cheryl Shuman. I reached out to Tommy after hearing about his diagnosis so that I could share with him what I had learned about using cannabis oil to treat my own cancer. At the end of the interview, I presented him with a brand new CANNAcig with the same cannabis oil formula's that I learned to make from Rick Simpson from the Phoenix Tears Foundation.
Chong, 74, explained to CNN that he doesn't smoke marijuana, which he said he'd quit about a year ago "for health reasons," to treat his prostate cancer. Rather, he said uses cannabis oil as a medicine. Cannabis is a cure, he said.
He and his on-screen partner Cheech Marin recorded a series of hot-selling comedy albums in the early 1970s, before hitting the big screen in 1978 with "Up in Smoke." It was the first of several "Cheech and Chong" films chronicling the adventures and misadventures of the stoner pair. The two continue to tour as a comedic act, with shows scheduled for later this month and the fall, according to their official website.
Besides the "Cheech and Chong" films, Chong has appeared in several TV series, such as "That 70-s Show." He's authored several books including "The I Chong: Meditations from the Joint" about his "family business" specializing in handmade bongs, arrest and nine months in federal prison, according to his and Marin's website.
In just a few short weeks after this interview was filmed, Tommy "tweeted" that his doctor's stated that most all of the cancer was now gone! Is it a miracle? Shuman also survived cancer using cannabis oil. This is an interview that must be seen. Could Tommy Chong and his use of cannabis oil cure cancer? We'll find out.
You can follow Tommy Chong's progress and latest news on Twitter @TommyChong or on his new podcast on iTunes.
Links to the exclusive video series can be seen on: rapid-fire-marketing.com