Donate Cannabis Oil to Help A Suffering Four Year Old Cancer Patient In Montana
Medical marijuana resource Doobons.com is calling for donations of cannabis oil to help a 4-year-old child suffering from cancer in Montana.
While receiving medical cannabis treatments, Cash's brain tumor had gone into remission twice; but after a wave of federal raids shut down marijuana dispensaries in the state, his supply of therapeutic cannabis oil has been cut off, and his cancer has returned.
After traditional treatments and medications had all failed, the father of two-year-old Cash Hyde turned to high-CBD cannabis oil to treat his son’s malignant brain tumor. Shortly after, Cash’s health began to improve. He was comfortable, had started eating again, and had recovered his desire to play.
But then federal agents staged a series of raids on medical marijuana dispensaries throughout the state. Rather than face the risk of being stormed by armed agents and subjected to steep fines or jail time, many legally-compliant medical cannabis dispensaries in Montana closed down.
Now that cannabis oil is unavailable in Montana, Cash can no longer continue his 2,000 mg/day cannabis oil treatment. His doctors reported today that Cash’s cancerous tumor is no longer in remission. A news story about Cash can be viewed on YouTube.
After receiving a distress call from Cash’s parents today, online medical marijuana resource, Doobons.com is appealing to the kind and generous members and supporters of the cannabis community, asking those who have access to cannabis oil to please call (415) 524-8099 for information on how they can help.
“The Hyde’s are family, so when Mike (Cash’s dad), called me today with Cash’s brain scan results, I knew we had to address the cannabis community,” said John, the founder of Doobons. “I am certain we will receive the cannabis oil that Cash is in need of because our community will always support in any way they can.”
Cash’s situation is the latest example of how federal actions shutting down medical marijuana dispensaries are endangering seriously ill patients of all ages.
“The federal government’s continued closures of legal state medical marijuana dispensaries will cause needless suffering and even death to patients like this little boy in Montana,” said Andrew DeAngelo of Harborside Health Center.
If the feds are successful in closing Harborside Health Center in Oakland, the father of a five-year-old diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome, a rare and debilitating form of epilepsy that begins in infancy, may soon lose access to the cannabis tincture that is controlling his son’s seizures.
Doobons.com and The Cash Hyde Foundation are in need of your help. Please re-post this to websites, add it to mailers, newsletters, papers and email lists.
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Doobons.com was designed to be convenient and to appeal to everyone, including those who are new to the world of medical cannabis. While most of today’s online medical marijuana directories are designed for patients who already know at least something about using medical marijuana, Doobons.com is a marijuana directory designed to be user friendly for patients of all ages and experience levels.
Doobons.com is more than just another online medical marijuana directory. The site’s News, Resource, and Blog pages provide valuable information and advice for patients and caregivers. The information posted helps new patients learn about the ins and outs of the world of medical marijuana, and existing patients stay abreast of developments.
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For more information about Doobons.com, call (415) 524-8099 or go to Doobons.com online.
Source: PR Web