Every day is a struggle for Karley and children like her, which is why we will continue to pursue treatment options that have potential to provide her with a better quality of life.Jeff Davis, North Texas Parent

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Texas Compassionate Use Act

What you need to know

Enacted by the Texas Legislature in 2015, Senate Bill 339 requires DPS to create a secure registry of neurologists who treat epilepsy for the purpose of recommending low-THC cannabis to patients who have been diagnosed with intractable epilepsy.

Texas Compassionate Use Act

We are here to bring life-saving treatments to Texans with epilepsy.

Despite available treatments, approximately one-third of people living with epilepsy suffer from uncontrolled or intractable seizures. Conventional medication has not been successful for everyone, but new treatments based on CBD (low-THC cannabis) present a promising alternative.
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Every struggle is different, but the common thread is a core need to try new medical avenues. Share your story and let the world know about your personal struggles and triumphs with epilepsy.

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