Medicinal marijuana has been prescribed on the National Health Service to an 11-year-old boy in what is believed to be the first case of its kind.

Billy Caldwell had been travelling to the USA to get the medication for help to treat his epilepsy which at its worst saw him suffer up to 100 life-threatening fits a day.

But when his supply of cannabis oil was about to run out and he was unable to make the return trip to Los Angeles, his mother Charlotte took him to see his local GP in desperation.

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Stephen Walter ~ Telegraph.co.uk via 420Intel.com ~

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