State lists autism as condition treatable by medical marijuana

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Cropped Photo: Berkeley Patients Care Collective As the state of Michigan has increased the number of conditions that qualify to be treated by medical marijuana, near the top of that list is autism. This is a huge breakthrough for parents who have had trouble finding effective treatments for their kids. “I was a little fearful that she wasn’t going to sign it and I’m so thankful that she did,” said Amie Carter. The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) is adding 11 new conditions to the list of illnesses that can legally be treated by medical marijuana, one of which is autism. Carter has an 11-year-old son named Jayden. Jayden has autism and his mom said he’s had major issues with behavior in the past sometimes even becoming violent. State lists autism as condition treatable by medical marijuana

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