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Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration Approves Certain Psychedelic Treatments

Paul Liknaitzky, Monash University. A few days ago, the Australian drug regulator – the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) – surprised experts around the world when it announced the approval of certain psychedelic treatments. From July this year, the TGA will permit authorised… Continue Reading →

The ‘Psychedelic Renaissance’ Is Entirely About Corporate Greed

By Caitlin Johnstone. “Money has begun flowing into companies intending to monetize psychedelic therapy as new research has increasingly shown that blowing one’s mind can alter it for the better,” reads a new article for the Los Angeles Times titled “Money is… Continue Reading →

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