Dozens of Hoosiers suffering with severe epilepsy have taken advantage of Indiana’s new law allowing access to cannabis-based medicine. The Indiana State Department of Health reports 32 patients, including caregivers, have signed up for the Cannabidiol Registry.
The registry is for people diagnosed by a neurologist as having treatment-resistant epilepsy.
The law shields them from prosecution, as some could be children.
Epilepsy patients have to meet certain conditions to be considered ‘treatment-resistant.’
Click here to visit the registry’s website.
(This story was originally published on September 22, 2017)