To qualify for Nevada medical cannabis under Question 9, patients suffering from one (1) or more of the following conditions may be approved for a medical marijuana license: AIDS, Cancer, Glaucoma, Cachexia, Persistent Muscle Spasms (MS), Seizures (Epilepsy), Severe Nausea, or Severe Pain. If one or more of these conditions are chronic or debilitating in a nature, a medical marijuana doctor may recommend the affected patient for medical cannabis to address these health problems. A qualified physician must have a license to practice medicine in Nevada, or a licensed DO. Doctors must certify qualified applicants with a state approved debilitating condition. The physician also has the responsibility for the care and treatment of the patient diagnosed with a chronic or debilitating medical condition. Contact a medical marijuana registration company to get connected with a qualified medical marijuana physician in Nevada.