One Dose of ‘Magic’ Mushrooms May Have Long-Term Effects for Cancer Patients with Depression: Study

Published Jan 28, 2020

One Dose of ‘Magic’ Mushrooms May Have Long-Term Effects for Cancer Patients with Depression: Study

The study followed patients who had been given a dose of psilocybin - the psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms - and found it had an ongoing effect.

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