09 May NEW YORK TIMES: HALLUCINOGENS HAVE DOCTORS TUNING IN AGAIN
Posted at 00:00h in Cancer Distress, News
On April 11, 2010, The New York Times published this article about Dr. Clark Martin, a retired clinical psychologist from Vancouver, WA, whose cancer-related depression was relieved during Heffter-supported research.
Heffter Board member, Dr. Roland Griffiths, leads this Johns Hopkins-based study concerning the effects of psilocybin on the psychological distress of patients who have been diagnosed with potentially life-threatening cancer.
photo credit: Alan S. Weiner