A Brisbane man wants a public inquest into the death of his nine-year-old daughter, saying she died prematurely because she was repeatedly denied access to medicinal cannabis.
Steve Peek’s daughter Suli had a complex neurological disorder and cerebral palsy.
She could communicate only by blinking her eyes.
Her condition resulted in life-threatening seizures, sometimes 200 times a day.
She was on epilepsy medication, but Mr Peek said it was largely ineffective and had horrendous side-effects, while the seizures continued.
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