São Paulo Court Grants Couple Right to Grow Cannabis for Children Care

The children's treatment now depends on increasingly expensive imported medication, since the product was experiencing supply issues in Brazil.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The São Paulo Court of Appeals granted habeas corpus to allow a family to grow cannabis for medicinal purposes in the state. The decision granted a request from the São Paulo Public Defender's Office, which pointed out the medicinal need for the product since the couple's ten and seven-year-old children were diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The medical report pointed out that the children displayed significant and persistent communication . . .

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