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Who qualifies as a medical marijuana patient in the state of Washington?

A medical marijuana patient under Washington law is defined as a person who has been diagnosed by a licensed physician as having very specific types of terminal or debilitating medical conditions, including cancer, epilepsy, HIV, multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Hepatitis C, among other conditions that cause intractable pain.

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