Kim and Chris Clark had tried almost every medical option available for their 10-year old son Caden, who has severe epilepsy. Then they discovered medical marijuana.
Caden Clark has Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome, which gives him between 10 and 70 seizures a day. On bad days he would have over 100.
“We had really started getting afraid, because he had reached what they call expiration age,” said Kim Clark. “These children tend to get to this point and they just seize so much, you know, it gets critical.”
The Clarks have tried over 20 different types of medicine, a brain lobectomy and extreme diets to alleviate Caden’s seizures – with varying degrees of success and side effects.
“I hesitate with the word ‘miracle’, because it’s not that easy. We’re experiencing things we never would have without it, but we’re still dealing with the delicate balance…
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