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The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC) is authorized to approve additional qualifying conditions that certifying providers are encouraged to treat with medical cannabis. Health-General Article, §13-3304, COMAR 10.62.07
The MMCC may add a qualifying condition if: (1) the medical condition is debilitating, (2) the pain, suffering, and disability of the medical condition can reasonably be expected to be relieved by medical cannabis; and (3) other medical treatments have proven ineffective in providing relief. COMAR 10.62.07.06
Click here to review the Petitioner Guidance and learn more about the approval process and content requirements.
Petitioner's Full Name
Petitioner's Full Address
Please upload a detailed description of the medical condition and include its symptoms, progression, complications, and prevalence.
Please upload a detailed description of the treatments that are currently available for this condition and include their effectiveness and any associated side-effects.
Please upload any medical research studies or peer-reviewed published journals that provide evidence to support that the use of medical cannabis provides a benefit to patients by alleviating pain, suffering, disability, or symptoms of the medical condition. (Provide Citations)
Please upload any information or studies that discuss risks or adverse effects related to the use of medical cannabis for the treatment of this medical condition.
(NOTE: You must demonstrate that you made an effort to seek information about potential harms or adverse effects related to the use of medical cannabis for the treatment of this medical condition.)
Please upload letters of support from physicians, licensed health care professionals, and/or researchers who are knowledgeable about this medical condition, disease, or treatment.