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Medical marijuana community up in arms over Roach comments
The Colorado Independent - March 9, 2012

Medical marijuana saved Cash Hyde's life. It saves people's lives. ... Cash Hyde is a young Montana boy whose parents have given him cannabis oil to fight ...

Young Cashy Hyde, Cancer Free Again HIGH TIMES - March 9, 2012

Parents give son, 3, pot for cancer treatment LOS ANGELES (KABC) - Feb 29, 2012

At 3 years old, Cash Hyde has spent most of his young life battling cancer. In May 2010, he was diagnosed with a stage 4 brain tumor.

Missoula Toddler Now Cancer-Free KXLY Spokane - March 5, 2012

Cash Hyde became the face of a movement, after his dad treated his nausea symptoms with cannabis oil. After another round of radiation to treat a recurrence ...

Missoula boy gets wonderful news KPAX-TV - Feb 23, 2012

Kalli Hyde told us that 3 year old Cash Hyde beat brain cancer for a second time in his young life. The tumor came back after his first round of treatment.

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KPAX Missoula Cash Hyde family gives back to the community

Two-year-old boy prescribed medical cannabis in battle against brain tumour

Marijuana: the illegal herb tha cures cancer

FOX NEWS Dad Claims Marijuana Helped 3-Year-Old Son Beat Cancer

Dad Says Marijuana Helped Cure Cancer-Stricken Tot

Aaron Traylor Finally Meets Miracle Child, Cash Hyde

NEWS.COM Pot 'cured' brain cancer: Toddler Cash Hyde's father gave him cannabis oil to treat tumour
Cash Hyde beats cancer 2 times before age 5

Cash, while still in the hospital
'Cancer Fears Me' Cash Hyde Foundation

Cash Hyde Foundation Facebook

When Cash "Cashy" Hyde was 20 months old Radiologist's at Community Medical Center in Missoula, MT. Discovered a 4.5 cm. Stage 4 Brain Tumor in Cashy. He was transported on Life Flight to Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City, UT. Cashy was placed on the 2nd floor NTU intensive care unit.

Cashy went into emergency open brain surgery the following day to try and remove the tumor. The surgeon's only removed 10% of the tumor for biopsy because it had grown around his optic nerves. After the surgery Cashy lost his eyesight from the pressure of the tumor on his optic nerves.

Cash, since his cancer has returned

We are proud to announce Cash's recovery from this second round of treatment.

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