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I saw this posted in my screen when the Firefox Web Browser started. I was intrigued and so clicked on the link to the article. which was posted on the Huffington Post Website.

I expected a rather short read. That was not to be the case. This is a superbly written very long read. I could not stop reading and the article went on and on.

I was surprised at many levels. I normally do not click on stuff that shows up when the web browser is started. Most things posted on the Internet are short and sweet. Not this article. I was drawn in and was fascinated what I might read in the next paragraph and then the next paragraph and on and on. In a way I felt that I was reading a well authored book and not an Internet Posting. BTW the author of the article is Lauren Hough.

Click on this line to visit the Huffington Post website to read the article written by Lauren Hough and titled: “

Dr.William Courtney, discusses how a massive Inoperable Brain Tumor was remarkably reduced after the 8-month-old baby underwent treatment of Cannabis Oil placed on it’s pacifier.

Cannabis Oil helped an 8-month-old baby with an Inoperable Brain Tumor, said Dr.William Courtney during this taped interview with the Huffington Post.

The Parents “were putting Cannabinoid Oil on the baby’s pacifier twice a day, increasing the dose… And within two months there was a dramatic reduction”.

Dr. Courtney pointed out that the success of the Cannabis approach means that “this child, because of that, is not going to have the long-term side effects that would come from a very high dose of chemotherapy or radiation“”.

Video is courtesy of the Lincoln Horsley YouTube channel

Click on this link to visit the Huffington Post website to read their article about this “Miracle Baby” which was titled “Cannabis For Infant’s Brain Tumor, Doctor Calls Child “A Miracle Baby”“.

Posted by Vincent Banial