An emotional update from Kenny Tynan, who who has a brain tumour and has permission to use cannabis oil under licence for seizure control, on the latest frustrating developments in his efforts to secure and pay for the oil.
Above from left: Gino Kenny TD, Vera Twomey, barrister Niall Neligan, Kenny Tynan and and pro-medicinal cannabis GP, Dr Garreth McGovern
Leinster House, Dublin 2
The launch of [legalise cannabis group] Fweed’s ’21st Century Approach to Regulating Cannabis’ by law academic Niall Neligan with independent TD Gino Kenny, activists Vera Twomey, Kenny Tynan and medic Dr Garreth McGovern.
At 3pm, parents of children, and individuals, in need of medicinal cannabis are invited to meet TDs in the Dáil, Noreen O’Neill, whose son Michael suffers seizures from bilateral frontal polymicrogyria, will describe her struggle to get oil for him.
From top: from left: Gino Kenny, Vera Twomey, Hazel Robinson and Kenny Tynan; from left: Johnny Keenan, Vera Twomey and Mike Cunningham in Athlone last Sunday. Above: Kenny addressing a rally in Athlone.
Longford, County Longford.
A rally and march across Longford town to promote the legalisation of cannabis.
Kenny Tynan, who has brain tumour and recently had his cannabis oil seized, was joined by friends, family and fellow activists Vera Twomey, Gino Kenny TD, Hazel Robinson Mike Cunningham and Johnny Keenan (him off the telly!) to urge the easing of access to medicinal cannabis.
A march for local man Kenny Tynan and his efforts to obtain medicinal cannabis.
Kenny, who has brain cancer, had his medication seized by authorities in Dublin, Kenny’s life is literally dependent on the medicinal cannabis oil he has been using. Meeting point at Athlone castle /St. Peter’s Church going to St. Mary’s Square.