Volusia County, Fla. (FOX 35 Orlando) - Voters will decide in November whether or not to legalize medical cannabis in Florida, but there is already a budding system for growing, recommending and delivering products for a very specific set of patients.

Fox 35 has learned that those patients are having trouble finding doctors who will treat them.

It’s been about a year since 36-year-old Amanda Gammisch of Volusia County found out she had a brain tumor.

After two surgeries to remove the tumor, she and her doctors are waiting to see if what’s left of the cancerous tissue will grow.

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Dana Jay ~ Fox35orlando.com ~

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