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February 02, 2010
Nevada legalized medical marijuana in 2000. First, physicians determine whether patients have a qualifying medical condition such as cancer, AIDS, or glaucoma. The Nevada Department of Health and Human Services then verifies an applicant is in compliance with the law and, if so, issues a registration card authorizing medical marijuana use. Click here to read a commentary on medical marijuana by Nevada oncologist Anthony V. Nguyen, MD.