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7-year-old cancer patient being given medical cannabis

November 27, 2012

http://q13fox.com/2012/11/26/7-year-old-cancer-patient-being-given-medical-cannabis/

 

Source - Q13 Fox


Seven-year-old Mykayla Comstock was diagnosed with leukemia and uses medical marijuana to counteract the side effects from chemotherapy. Dr. Leslie Walker, an adolescent medicine specialist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, discusses the issue and said she would never recommend medical marijuana under any circumstances for children.

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