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Suffering in the Service of Official Lies: The Agony of Alexis Carey

She is subject to violent seizures that can last an hour or longer. No relief is provided by any of the FDA-approved medications available. When Alexis succumbs to a seizure – she sometimes endures sixty episodes a month – her parents, Michael and Clare, can do little more than act as witnesses to their daughter's agony. Dravet-induced seizures can cause permanent brain damage, and many children thus afflicted don't reach adulthood.

If the Careys lived in Utah, Alexis would have access to cannabidiol (CBD), an orally administered oil (sometimes called "Charlotte's Web") that has been very effective in treating Dravet's Syndrome and a number of other illnesses, including some forms of cancer. However, the family resides in Idaho, where CBD is illegal because it is derived from the evil communist demon weed called marijuana.

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