Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Albuquerque baby makes history with cannabis oil at Colorado hospital

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – An Albuquerque couple is fighting to save their 2-month-old daughter and Thursday, they made history at a Colorado hospital.

Amylea Nunez has suffering from seizures since she was born, and doctors can’t find the cause.

“She has a rare form of epilepsy,” Nicole Nunez said. “They don’t know exactly the type.”

Amylea was born in December, but all she knows is the inside of a neonatal intensive-care unit.

“About a day after we went home from delivery is when she had her first seizure,” Nicole said.

Doctors in New Mexico could no longer help, so the family was taken to the Children’s Hospital in Aurora, Colorado. They’ve been there for the last two months. Amylea’s mother, Nicole, is with her full time. While her father, Ernie Nunez, travels back-and-forth to Albuquerque, working and taking care of the couple’s other children.

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It is working wonders for Parents of children with epilepsy and seizure symptoms. Imagine what it will be doing for people in the future if used properly. 

This is old, but Texas is on the right track...

Texas Gov. Abbott signs medical marijuana bill into law

I don't care if you think it's wrong or not. If it's helping to stop the stresses and worries caused to families who are just wanting to find some relief for their children, that is a good thing.