After a series of violent episodes linked to autism, 19-year-old Dina Dedes struck her father. Her mother, Joanne, turned to a controversial therapy that she says saved her daughter’s life — cannabis.
– Joanne Dedes, mother of Dina Dedes who lives with autism
– Dr. Wendy Roberts, a developmental pediatrician
– Dr. Michael Verbora, medical director at Canabo Medical Clinic
– Dr. Adi Aran, a pediatric neurologist working on the first clinical study in the world investigating the efficacy and safety of cannabis on autism at Shaare Zedek Medical Centre in Israel.
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