Researchers Investigate Cannabis Compounds to Treat Dementia
Some people are turning to cannabis to treat dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The drug is untested but some children and their aging parents tell KPIX 5's Betty Yu pot is a game-changer. (11-3-17)

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