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Megyn Kelly TODAY welcomes Janice, Rachel, Jessica and David Knox, a family of doctors who are helping people explore using marijuana to treat their medical conditions through their American Cannabinoid Clinics in Portland, Oregon. “We really have something valuable here that we have been cheated out of,” Janice says.