A little girl was back in a school she loves in Schaumburg, Illinois, last week, but only after a federal judge said it was OK for her to bring her prescription medication with her.
In a decision that may have sweeping effects, a judge has allowed an 11-year-old Illinois girl to use medical marijuana at school.
Parents of an elementary school student who has leukemia are suing a Schaumburg-based school district and the state of Illinois for the right for her to take medical marijuana at school.
Margarete de Santos Brito went to court in Brazil for the right to grow medical marijuana.
We ought to listen to moms. They often know more than we do, do more than we know, and we all know more than a few who would give their lives for their families.
Alyssa Schuck smiled as she pulled at the light brown hair sticking out of her daughter’s hat.
Less than a year ago, Erica Daniels, a Horsham mother of two, did what once upon a time she would have considered unthinkable. She gave her autistic son, Leo, now 12, a dose of cannabis oil – marijuana.
Cherie Rineker, a terminally ill cancer patient, tried marijuana to ease her pain and vomiting.
A Co Cork mother who traveled to Spain to obtain medicinal cannabis for her daughter said she was severely disappointed following its confiscation at Dublin Airport yesterday.
It’s been two years since the battle for medicinal cannabis legalisation really kicked off in Australia, and many patients are still exactly where they started.