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Parents grieve dying 6-year-old, a candidate for cannabis

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Catrina Nelson of West Jordan holds her daughter Charlee, 6, who suffered from Late Infant Batten Disease, a terminal inherited disorder of the nervous system that leads to seizures and loss of vision and motor skills. Her daughter, who was on hospice care at home,was been surrounded by friends and family as they comforted one another during her final moments.
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