Epilepsy sufferer, 13, who became poster child for medical marijuana after moving to Maine to access alternative treatment has died in her father's arms
- Cyndimae Meehan, 13, sparked media attention and changed policy. She moved to Maine from Connecticut as FDA drugs had failed her.
- Only cannabis oil effectively treated her habitual seizures, family claimed.
- Last year her family was driving force behind Maine bill that approved housing in schools for kids who need round-the-clock medical marijuana
- She passed away in her father's arms on Sunday, the family announced