CARSON CITY, Nev., May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Rapid Fire Marketing (Pink Sheets: RFMK) announced today that its whollyowned subsidiary company, Medical Cannabis Management (MCM) is taking steps to expand its business over the next few months. Currently, MCM provides marketing, consulting and management services and has recently been cleared through legal counsel
On Saturday, 7 May 2011, Dr. Joseph Mercola published an article on his website, 'The Illegal Herb that Fights Cancer', which made reference to the use of hemp oil. In the video published on the site, 'Run From the Cure the Rick Simpson Story,' it's suggested that pharmaceutical companies and big business may be withholding a potential cancer cure -- hemp oil -- from the public in the interest of personal profit. Mercola's website is one of the most heavily trafficked sites on the Internet receiving an average of 1.5 million unique visitors per month.
"We are looking to move into hemp products because of the growing awareness of hemp as a dietary supplement, and for its potential for fighting cancer and other diseases," said a company spokesperson. "Last Thursday, May 5, a story ran on Fox News regarding a 3 year old child whose father believed and stated that he was cured of cancer using marijuana oil. As long as we are growing Cannabis/Hemp, we are looking to maximize all of the plant's resources," said the spokesperson.
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