State Urged By Cork Mother To Let Medicinal Cannabis Deliveries Continue
A Cork mother is calling on the Department of Health to allow medical marijuana to be delivered to her severely epileptic daughter post-Covid-19.
Vera Twomey said that the drug has saved her daughter Ava’s life, leaving her 95% seizure-free, happy, able to attend school and independent of heavy medications.
She had been travelling every 12 weeks to collect medical cannabis, with permission from the State, prior to April 6 when the Department of Health arranged for the medicine to be delivered to their home instead, following Covid-19 travel restrictions.
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