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Pot Helps 2-Year Old Survive CancerSalem-News.com
Another positive showing for the use of medical marijuana.
(HELENA, MT) - One of Montana's youngest medical cannabis card holders is Cash Hyde, a 2 ½-year-old boy who battled a brain tumor and won.
Cash's dad, Michael Hyde, says the drug helped Cash with his battle. "I believe that, you know, Cash's with us for a lot of reasons, one of them I would have to say is the power of prayer, one he's a walking miracle and the other one is he is a patient of medical cannabis, which has I think greatly benefited his battle," said Hyde.
Our very own Dr. Phillip Leveque once treated a child under the age of two with medical marijuana cookies, and the child made significant progress in that case also. Dr. Leveque would later be lambasted by Oregon talk show host Lars Larson for admitting having legally medicated the child.
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