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Pediatric pot: Do benefits outweigh risks?

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Marijuana is legal in 17 states when used as medicine, and now some parents are using it to treat their children. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports on the controversial treatment, which some believe helps alleviate symptoms of autism, cancer, epilepsy and more.