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Study shows ecstasy plus therapy can treat severe PTSD – The Australian Financial Review

Post-traumatic stress disorder is notoriously difficult to treat but there is growing evidence psychedelic medicine can overcome treatment resistance.



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The study results are short term and the authors acknowledge their durability needs to be confirmed.
The potential of MDMA-assisted therapy to become a new treatment for PTSD led the US Food and Drug Administration to fast track it through the regulatory process.
Tania de Jong and Peter Hunt, co-founders of Mind Medicine Australia. Mr Hunt says MDMA is calming. James Alcock
The campaign to bring psychedelic-assisted therapies to Australia is led by Mind Medicine, a not-for-profit organisation established…

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