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, and updated in 2019 through House Bill 3703, the Texas Compassionate Use Act allows DPS to keep a secure registry of board certified physicians who treat qualifying conditions for the purpose of recommending low-THC cannabis to patients. The new law added all forms of epilepsy, as well as multiple sclerosis, spasticity, autism, ALS, terminal cancer, and neurodegenerative disease as the qualifying conditions.

Texas Compassionate Use Act

We are here to bring life-saving treatments to those who suffer from many debilitating conditions.

Despite available treatments, those living with epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, autism, ALS, terminal cancer, and neurodegenerative disease suffer from incapacitating conditions. 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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