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Evelyn Volanté, who wants cannabis to be legalised
AN ISLANDER with serious bowel disease who smokes cannabis to relieve her symptoms is calling for the drug to be legalised to help Islanders like her ease their pain.
Evelyn Volanté (41), from St Saviour, was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 1997 and had to have all of her large intestine, most of her small intestine and her colon removed. She now suffers from a condition known as Short Bowel Syndrome, a group of problems caused by her body’s inability to absorb nutrients.
Her symptoms include severe pain, muscle spasms and a lack of appetite – all of which she says are made better when she smokes the class B drug.
Ms Volanté – who is the subject of today’s Saturday Interview in the JEP – is calling for Islanders to back her Facebook page ‘Jersey Legalise Cannabis Alliance’.
CROHN'S/ IBS/ ULCERATIVE COLITIS
May 19, 1981
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