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Surviving ALS # 2 - Back to 1986

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Uploaded on Dec 14, 2007

Cathy and Bob Jordan look back to very painful times, beginning in 1986, when Cathy was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's Disease)at age 36. ALS is a devastating terminal illness and doctors told her she only had 3 to 5 years to live.
Then in 1989, visiting a friend in Florida, Cathy first realized that marijuana could help her - she stopped taking pharmaceutical drugs and started living.
In 2006, 20 years with ALS, Cathy and her friend Liz revisit the beach in Bradenton where she smoked that first joint and felt her disease stopping.
Visit http://www.alsandcannabis.com

*** PLEASE READ: Cannabis has the most healing effects for patients early in ALS disease progression. While it can be useful later, SMOKING ANYTHING CAN BE DANGEROUS IN ADVANCED CASES OF ALS, so check with your doctor if you have any concerns. This is what works for one person and is not intended to be medical advice. ***

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