Regarding the article recently puiblished by ABC and reference to the video;
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-03-11/brisbane-father-blames-barriers-to-cannabis-oil/9536918
Steve Peak says Suli's seizures dropped by 90%.His GP said it's likely that medicinal cannabis reduced the frequency and severity of Suli's seizures.



The seizures "dropped by 90%"  says Suli's father, you would think his GP would have said WoW that's amazing !!  , not "it's likely that medicinal cannabis reduced the frequency and severity of Suli's seizures" this response seems hugely understated.
This seems to be the common view how medical practitioners are treating cannabis as a medication, in a very understated fashion, almost ignoring the miraculous medicinal value and effects on people like Suli.
A 90% improvement is a WOW!!! Firstly for a young Suli and secondly for her family.
The phrase the GP used in the video interview "It's Likely". I mean what else had changed in Suli's life apart from taking cannabis oil or tincture?
Medical cannabis maybe legal in Australia, but what's the point, when you can't afford it or procure it? When children like Suli can't obtain it, who can?
The politicians that implemented this medical cannabis structure should be booted out of their positions, without benefits. They should also be sued for neglect, just shameful.