Jakob Rodgers
The Gazette
Oct. 8, 2013

Facing the threat of a bitter court battle, a Colorado Springs mother on Monday resumed treating her 3-year-old son’s cancer the traditional way: using chemotherapy.

Had she been left to choose, Sierra Riddle would have swapped those chemo-filled pills for a unique strain of medicinal marijuana grown near Divide.

“I’m not going to gamble with his life,” Riddle said. “But at the same time, I don’t think we should poison his body if he doesn’t need it.”

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