The authorities delaying giving a hashish oil licence to a boy with a epilepsy can be “unconscionably cruel”, his mom has stated.
Alfie Dingley, six, from Warwickshire, has a really uncommon type of epilepsy which causes as much as 150 seizures per 30 days.
Hannah Deacon urged the house secretary to intervene in her son’s case after Billy Caldwell, 12, was granted a restricted licence for the drug.
The Home Office stated Alfie’s remedy stays a precedence.
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