Nearly a dozen doctors and attorneys specializing in cannabis policy and research, as well as epilepsy treatment, will discuss everything from recent scientific research to CBD's legal status in America.

This is National Epilepsy Awareness Month, with a campaign designed to raise awareness about the neurological disorder that affects around 200,000 new patients each year.

Once considered a fringe treatment for epilepsy, cannabis has now moved to the forefront of epileptic research, and will be a focus of the Cannabis and Epilepsy Symposium on November 17 in Denver.

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Thomas Mitchell ~ Westword.com

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