Texas family moving to Colorado to save daughter with medical marijuana
A South Texas family is moving to Colorado on Friday to get their epileptic daughter access to medical marijuana in hopes of saving her life.
Three-year-old Hannah Loew of Crosby suffers from a severe progressive form of epilepsy known as Dravet Syndrome and has between 50 to 100 seizures a day.
Amber Loew, Hannah’s mother, says they’ve tried at least a dozen different prescription medicines, and none have worked. So, they are moving to Colorado to take a chance on medical marijuana. Read more
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