People with severe epilepsy will be able to access a cannabis-based medicine on the NHS from early next year after it was fast-tracked for use.
NHS England said doctors would be able to prescribe Epidyolex from 6 January.
It will be for children from age two, as well as adults, but some campaigners warn it is “too little too late”.
Clinical trials have shown the oral solution, which contains cannabidiol (CBD), could reduce the number of seizures by up to 40% in some children.
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