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    Medical Marijuana: The Last Hope for Sick Children
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    atti_editor posted:
    Families are moving to Colorado seeking help for their children who suffer from debilitating seizures from a most unlikely source — a strain of medical marijuana known as Charlotte's Web.


    Click on the link above to read the full story, and check out our special report, Marijuana on Main Street .



    What are your thoughts on the use of medical marijuana as an epilepsy treatment? Join in the discussion below.
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    dancer86442 responded:
    Hello atti,


    Thank You for posting this article in our Resources. I am Happy to see WebMD has this Info/article. I've been seeing a Lot of reports/articles on this Issue. I Am am Advocate. My daughter is Helping/petitioning/trying to get the Laws changed in Tx, to allow Research into Medicinal Marijuana, in Hopes of getting Tx Laws to change. My computer security system won't let me post any links. Weird. But, feel free to share any further Info yu discover. Keep doing your Homework on all Aspects of Epilepsy & treatments. Spread the Word!


    Help us, Please! Share Your Epilepsy Journey. It may Help others'. Thank You.


    Love Candi
    Prepare Now! November is Epilepsy Awareness Month. Find or Create an event to educate Others'.


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