That's a lot of water flowing under the bridge, isn't it? I'm not sure whether to laugh or cry.
Ya'll should definitely click here and read the comments. Some of you were very, very prescient.
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Sophie's next seizure treatment?
An evidence-based medicine approach to therapeutics requires scientific demonstration of a drug's efficacy as well as knowledge of short- and long-term adverse events that must be balanced against the drug's potential benefits. All of this information is lacking regarding the effects of smoking marijuana in the treatment of epilepsy. More research is needed before patients should consider marijuana for seizure relief, particularly because this represents criminal activity under US federal law and may be accompanied by adverse medical (and legal) events.
Andrew N. Wilner, M.D.
in an article on MedScape titled Marijuana: A Viable Epilepsy Therapy?: Conclusions
Damn. I was hoping that this might be an option for us.
Who knew you would be at the leading edge? Wait. We knew. It's who you are.ReplyDelete
I can't believe it's only been a little over four years.ReplyDelete
Jesus. A lot can change in that amount of time, can't it?
Definitely a "win win"ReplyDelete