Mykayla Comstock  had T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, a very rare and aggressive form of childhood leukaemia. In July of 2012, doctors discovered a basketball-sized mass of lymphoblasts in her chest. Her mass was so large that she was not able to be sedated for risk of death from the pressure on her esophagus and heart.

She used cannabis as part of year treatment. This video is approximately 7 years old, and we are happy to report that Mykayla is now completely cancer free, and has been for some time.

For more information on her and her journey, be sure to check out her website. Her parents credit her survival to cannabis, and their website is extremely detailed with lots of information for other parents who are seeking help.