Amy Brooks-Kayal

American Epilepsy Society

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Neurologist and vice president of the American Epilepsy Society

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A type of marijuana extract has proven highly effective at treating severe epilepsy. But one of the only places in LA to get it just got a cease-and-desist from the city.

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A type of marijuana extract has proven highly effective at treating severe epilepsy. But one of the only places in LA to get it just got a cease-and-desist from the city.

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