Clackamas judge postpones surgery for teen whose mother wants to treat her cancer with CBD oil

  • A teen girl whose mother wanted to treat her cancer with CBD oil instead of surgery will get another chance to do so, after a Clackamas County judge on Thursday ordered that her state-planned surgery should be postponed.
  • KGW first reported that surgery for Kylee Dixon, 13, has been postponed – just one day before she was scheduled to have surgery to remove a cancerous tumor from her liver.
  • Kylee’s mom, Christina Dixon, has been battling the state in order to prevent her daughter from having surgery for the tumor – instead wanting to treat her daughter with CBD oils.
  • Neither Christina Dixon nor her attorney immediately responded to The Oregonian/OregonLive’s request for comment.

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