First seen earlier this week, Anti Social Social Club‘s Fall/Winter 2020 collection is set to roll out this coming weekend. However, the ever-divisive streetwear label has more up its sleeve for the soon-to-sell-out drop, including a new collaboration with Medicom Toy. The Italian label, which was introduced to the UK in 1998, has been providing toys high-quality replicas of iconic and well-known toys like the Barbie doll, Matilda, My Little Pony, and and Collector's Edition DC Comics Superman figures.

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The collection will include the following products:

Made for little Dolls

Chocolate Flesh Doll

Mini Belle Doll

Mini Belle Doll Kit or Come Alive Kit The Rap Pandemonium 90s Doll

Pink Unicorn Doll

Willow Rose Doll

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Credit: Lawrence Phillips/CC0 Public Domain A system to allow intervention in conjunction with current treatments, that removes a patient's tumor while removing unwanted cannabinoids from their body would allow a historic change in how cancer treatment is delivered to individuals in need of CBD cancer therapy.

Medical cannabis is finally looking closer to a reality in the U.S. as a number of state legislatures are working to establish the regulatory framework needed to implement the plant's ability to reverse various types of cancer in the human body.

However, the initial hurdles U.S. Cancer Moonshot (USCUMH) has established appear daunting by comparison with those existing in some parts of the world. However, when compared to other advances in cannabinoids and human cancer treatment, such as adoptive cell transfer for pain and stem cell transplantation for tumors that no longer respond to existing drugs, the multi-year effort to add a new layer of piecing together the puzzle in the United States may be the most important step in the history of cannabis-derived cancer treatment.

That's because a system to allow alternative treatment in conjunction with current treatments has been considered to have serious potential power within a system in which it is currently available only in a limited number of cancer patients after similar efforts in Europe recently suffered a setback.

Within the ACA program, Federally-licensed clinicians and dispatchers have gone untouched since it was formed in the early 1980s over concerns that regulatory restrictions would mean that cannabis would prevent patients from receiving trials on which to receive cannabinoid therapies, leading to patients who might be best served
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