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Anything Can Happen Documentary
“Anything Can Happen” is documentary short on cannabis in paediatric medicine. It follows the journey of Dr. Anderson’s own son Nicholas with intractable epilepsy.More
Courage in Cannabis
Dr. Jennifer Anderson MD
Pediatric Cannabis Advocate
"You Can't Stop The Waves, But you Can learn To Surf"More
I graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2011 and finished my residency in Family Medicine. I am proud to say I am a Metis physician born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. My passion for Cannabinoid medicine started in 2017, when my son with intractable epilepsy had failed all treatments and I was forced to close my practice. Seizing multiple times per hour I knew the outlook was dire and after 1 dose of CBD I saw dramatic results. Over the past years, I have committed to helping other kids who have failed all options explore cannabinoids and have seen amazing results.
Glioblastoma Multiforme and Cannabinoid
Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM) is fatal in both the adult and pediatric population. A diagnosis is devastating and patients...Read Post
Addressing the need for Cannabinoid experts
With both personal and professional experience treating both adults and kids with Cannabinoids, I provide wholistic...Read Post
CBD in Epilepsy and Autism: The Ethics of Medicine.
Currently the FDA has only approved Cannabidiol(CBD) for the treating 2 rare forms of Childhood Epilepsy (Lennox-Gastaut...Read Post
Since starting Cannabinoids you have given me my husband back. He is now off all opioids and going back to work.Spouse of patient Chronic pain
Since starting CBD my daughter can now participate in school activities and she has not had any seizures. Before she could barely get through a day without seizing.Parent of epilepsy patient Epilepsy
When I first met you, I could barely get into the clinic due to involuntary movements. I could also barely write. Now with CBD I can walk without a walker and have been able to write and type again.Patient Movement disorder