Gov. Fallin’s Call Offers Hope for Children with Epilepsy

Renzi Stone

Renzi Stone

Watching Isaiah’s seizure, I never felt so powerless. Later, as medication after medication failed, and his seizures continued, that feeling turned to hopelessness. We never found a medicine to control his baffling seizures. On Isaiah’s 333rd day of life, he had a seizure and died. Our lives stopped.”

It’s been four years since we lost Isaiah. During his life, epilepsy had power over our family. Hopefully, with a smart, thoughtful and cautious approach, we can discover if CBD can be proven to clinically work. Oklahoma children with epilepsy deserve leaders who will give them every possible option to live a life with fewer seizures.”

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