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The re-emergence of hallucinogenic research

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Due to the intractability, at times, in the treatment of PTSD, clinicians and researchers continue to explore different options for treatment. This article discusses the renewed interest in hallucinogens for such treatment.
Begola, M. J., & Dowben, J. S. (2018). The re‐emergence of hallucinogenic research. Perspectives in psychiatric care. 10.1111/ppc.12263
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