(a) Only a physician qualified with respect to a patient's particular medical condition as provided by this section may prescribe low-THC cannabis in accordance with this
chapter to treat the applicable medical condition.
(b) A physician is qualified to prescribe low-THC cannabis with respect to a patient's particular medical condition if the physician:
(1) is licensed under this subtitle;
(2) is board certified in a medical specialty relevant to the treatment of the patient's
particular medical condition by a specialty board approved by the American Board of
Medical Specialties or the Bureau of Osteopathic Specialists; and
(3) dedicates a significant portion of clinical practice to the evaluation and treatment
of the patient's particular medical condition.
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