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Ana’s decision to move had seemed like an easy one. In late 2012, she saw on Facebook a video of a California man using medical marijuana to treat his son’s seizures. “This brought tears to my eyes!” she wrote then.
“BAM!” Ana writes on Facebook. “Cannabis oil doing amazing things for my child, Preston singing big green tractor and no seizures this am!”

May 8 Ana Watson has to keep a tight rein on her son, Preston, as they head off to school. “He is fearless,” she said. “He will walk straight off of the steps without looking down to see where he’s going.” Preston also acts totally on impulse “if he sees something he wants. Or if he gets a chance, he will run right after it — and he’s fast.”
Four decades ago, a scientist in Utah envisioned a time when a medicine made from marijuana might be available at the pharmacy...

Ana finally is able to get CBD oil
Ana is tight beside Preston
Charlotte Dravet’s message to parents is simple: Don’t move.

July 17 A nurse stops in for a quick check on Preston’s incisions and tube during his EEG while he is snuggling with his mother, Ana Watson, at Children’s Hospital in Aurora.
To Ana, it sometimes seemed as if what epilepsy didn’t take from her son, the drugs would. But she also knew that just one year of uncontrolled seizures meant a 1 percent chance of dying. The longer Preston’s seizures ran riot, the likelier epilepsy would kill him.
Everyone in her family has their own vision of what Preston might be. Ana’s mom sees Preston getting a job at a park running a lawn mower. Ana’s dad — the man who taught Preston how to be a boy, to love mowers and tractors, and to shout, “Crank it!” — imagines playing catch with his grandson.

May 8 The dregs of his afternoon seizure medications are still on his lips as Preston rests on his porch after a long day of school interrupted by numerous myoclonic seizures.
Ana and Preston head off to school

“Yes, that’s what we got with that,” Ana says.

A bundle of 21 multicolored electrical wires poke from the top of a wrapping on Preston’s head, running off the bed and to the computer. Every gesture, every word, every eye blink shows up as activity on the screen, where blue, maroon and green lines measure Preston’s brain activity. It is one answer to the question that has vexed Ana for the past 12 years: What is happening inside her son’s head?
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