Albany - Less than a week after their 7-year-old daughter Adrienne started taking an experimental marijuana-based medicine, Bill and Kim Kelly noticed a big difference.

Once on Epidiolex, Adrienne's seizures decreased in both intensity and frequency, from as many as 20 a day to just a few.

She could be engaged and focused, as she was one evening this week, putting puzzles together on the living room floor.

And she was speaking again, after years of minimal verbal communication.

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Claire Hughes ~ TimesUnion.com ~

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