Qualifying Conditions

In Ohio "Qualifying medical condition" means any of the following:
(a) Acquired immune deficiency syndrome; AIDS
(b) Alzheimer's disease;
(c) Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis; ALS
(d) Cancer;
(e) Chronic traumatic encephalopathy; CTE
(f) Crohn's disease;
(g) Epilepsy or another seizure disorder;
(h) Fibromyalgia;
(i) Glaucoma;
(j) Hepatitis C;
(k) Inflammatory bowel disease; IBD
(l) Multiple sclerosis; MS
(m) Pain that is either of the following: (i) Chronic and severe; (ii) Intractable.
(n) Parkinson's disease;
(o) Positive status for HIV;
(p) Post-traumatic stress disorder; PTSD
(q) Sickle cell anemia;
(r) Spinal cord disease or injury;
(s) Tourette's syndrome;
(t) Traumatic brain injury; TBI
(u) Ulcerative colitis; UC

Cachexia added 7/8/2020!

Huntington’s disease, terminal illness and spasticity were added 6-9-2021