Psychedelic drugs are gaining popularity in the pharmaceutical R&D sector because of their apparent benefits for people suffering with neuropsychiatric disorders - and those which are resistant to existing therapies in particular. In this article, Imperial College London’s Professor David Nutt discusses the evidence underlying the development of psychedelic therapies…
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Here, Dr Matthew McMurray and Dr J Andrew Jones of Miami University explain why psychedelic drugs are attracting R&D as potential treatments for neuropsychiatric and degenerative disorders and how their discovery of an in vivo production technique could enable further advancement.
The largest placebo-controlled psychedelics study to date concluded that the psychological benefits of microdoses of psychedelics are likely due to the placebo effect.
The Terasaki Institute is partnering with PharmaTher to adapt a microneedle drug delivery patch for the micro-dosing of psychedelics.