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Saving the Life of Sophie

The journey of the child named Sophie. She was diagnosed with Optic Pathway Glioma brain tumor.

Tracy Ryan's about five-year journey of healing centers, specialists and cancer treatments started on June 23, 2013 when a 8-1/2-month-old Sophie was determined to have a second rate, Optic Pathway Glioma brain tumor. The main hint something was not right had just happened three days before when Sophie had a MRI check after nystagmus, or shaking of the eyeball, exhibited in her left eye.

Sophie's tumor was analyzed as moderate developing so specialists suggested that Ryan and her significant other Josh begin their little girl's treatment with an observational period to watch and sit tight for more than two months and check whether the tumor quit developing and even relapsed. Amid that time, "we began her on a low measurement of cannabis, a 2:1 THC to CBD proportion, and we were trusting possibly, quite possibly, we would luck out and she would have no compelling reason to do chemo in light of the fact that reasoning about putting that sort of lethality into an eight-an-a-half-month-old is groundbreaking for a parent," reviews Ryan. "We began her gradually so she didn't feel any psycho-movement and she never had any negative reactions from the cannabis by any means, she was smiley, and upbeat and hungry."

The nystagmus in Sophie's left eye begun to leave so the Ryans quit giving her cannabis oil since they thought the tumor was contracting. In any case, sadly, the tumor hit an extremely forceful development spurt and it was developing toward the back of her cerebrum and putting weight on her optic nerve making the nystagmus begin developing once more.

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