Florida mother wants medical cannabis for cancer-stricken 2-year-old daughter

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A Tampa woman wants to get medical marijuana to save her 2-year-old daughter’s life. Although she’s still getting her cancer-stricken daughter conventional treatment, such as radiation therapy, Moriah Barnhart says that’s not enough.
And she wants options other than just chemotherapy. Medical marijuana, Barnhart says, would work better than chemotherapy, particularly considering chemo’s long-term effects.As it is, medical marijuana remains illegal in Florida. Broward-Palm Beach New Times has the rest of this heart-wrenching story.

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