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Psilocybin-assisted therapy for anxiety and depression: implications for euthanasia

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Abstract

Despite their stigmatisation, psychedelic drugs are once again being clinically researched in Europe and North America. This long-awaited renaissance is showing very promising results and, unlike the pioneering research that occurred before these drugs were outlawed over 30 years ago, the current methodology is rigorous and of a very high standard.
Strauss, N. (2017). Psilocybin-assisted therapy for anxiety and depression: implications for euthanasia. The Medical Journal of Australia206(11), 468-469. 10.5694/mja17.00081
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