How Far Would You Go to Save Your Child’s Life?
A Father’s Journey to Save His Son
(Exclusive Interview with Sebastien Cotte Airing Here for a Limited Time)
(Exclusive Q&A with Sebastien Cotte Airing Here for a Limited Time)
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When Jagger Cotte was diagnosed with a rare terminal Mitochondrial disease, his father Sebastien embarked on a journey that would dramatically change their lives. Because Georgia did not allow the use of cannabis for medical purposes, Sebastien and his wife Annett were forced to become medical refugees to try to save their son.
Since then, Sebastien has completed a Medical Marijuana certification program offered by Americans for Safe Access and is in the process of finishing a few more industry certifications. He serves as an ambassador for the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation and is one of the co-founders of Georgia’s Hope, the leadership parent group that was successful in getting a Medical Cannabis law passed in Georgia. (HB1 Haleigh’s Hope).
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