Salt Lake City, malignant tumor that attacks the nerves of sight nearly took the lives of a baby aged 2 years. When there was virtually no hope, the baby is treated with cannabis oil which was effective to alleviate the side effects of chemotherapy.
Before given cannabis oil, baby named Cash Hyde was not fond of eating and experiencing a high fever due to frequent seizures side effects of chemotherapy. Babies from Utah, America is undergoing kemotrapi because of a brain tumor that attacks the nerves of vision.
Cash cancerous condition that affects quite severe due to late diagnosis. The disease was mistaken for a cold, but it was found that there is growth of tumor in his brain after that poor baby loses the ability to see.
According to doctors who handle it, the operation can only remove 10 percent of tumor cells lodged in his head. The rest should be treated with chemotherapy that is intolerable, because since then Cash became more frequent fever and would not eat.
Mike Hyde, Cash’s father could not bear to see the development of their children are even worse. Quietly, 27-year-old man entered cannabis oil which he got from a colleague from Montana, the United States into the infusion given on Cash.
Mike used cannabis oil imported from Montana because in Utah where Cash treated, marijuana is illegal. While in Montana and 16 other states in America, marijuana be legalized for certain circles for medical purposes.
“I know this is illegal and very scary. But nothing is more frightening than my children have lost their lives,” says Mike, as quoted from Nydailynews.
Mike desperate action finally does bear fruit sweet, because since then the condition of her son getting better. Cash is no longer tormented by the side effects of chemotherapy, so it has the appetite and even when this has been declared cured of cancer.
The doctors who handle cash do not comment on these illegal acts. But some other experts in the United States regretted it and assess it in fact shows that are not harmonious relationship between the physician with the patient’s family.
“Actions that could be harmful for the baby and that obviously Mike did not have the ability to communicate honestly with their doctors,” said Dr. Linda Granowetter, a pediatrician from New York University.
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