Father arrested in Australia for successfully treating his dying cancer-ridden toddler with cannabis oil
Thursday, January 15, 2015
On Christmas Eve in 2014, two-year-old Rumer Rose Maujean was diagnosed with stage IV neuroblastoma cancer, a rare solid tumor disease that occurs mostly in children under five years of age. Neuroblastoma is a cancer that attacks the nervous system's channel along the spine
The doctors at Lady Cliento Children's Hospital claimed that there was a 50 percent chance of her recovery with conventional therapy, which started with surgery and is continuing with an 8- to 12-month series of chemotherapy treatments. The child's parents, Adam Koessler and Sacha Maujean, relocated with her from Cairns to Brisbane where the hospital is located.
Rumer's father and mother are estranged, and Sacha doesn't agree with what Adam offered as an adjunct to their toddler's conventional therapy. Adam had decided to find and use medical-grade cannabis to help Rumer Rose recover. Adam claims he was just using high-CBD and low- or no-THC cannabis oil as an adjunct to "increase her chances of survival beyond 50 percent"
But Adam was surprised beyond what he had expected with Rumer Rose's improvement from the medical-grade marijuana. He reported on his Facebook page "Fearless Father" that "Her cancer-ridden little body was ALIVE AGAIN - Rumer had almost instant quality of life."
Consequently, he was reported to the Child Protection Unit and arrested for possessing a "dangerous drug" and supplying it to a minor under 16 years of age. Reports of Adam's arrest have incited action from Australian medical marijuana advocates and groups.
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