A new clinical trial involving medical marijuana is seeing one patient with multiple sclerosis walking with strength she hasn't had in years.

Joanne Fiorito is 61. She's struggled with multiple sclerosis for most of her life. Until recently, she thought the condition, which has forced her into an electric wheelchair, was going to own her.

"Last year, I felt like the wheelchair was pretty close to my ass if I may say so. I felt like, 'Oh she's really gaining on me, I'll be stuck in that wheelchair for the rest of my life.'"

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