People have a right to use LSD and magic mushrooms
“Scientists in medicine and health have a responsibility to inform the public when drug regulations are not based on science, especially if they violate human rights…”
“In the same way that climate researchers have a responsibility to discuss environmental policy, scientists in medicine and health have a responsibility to inform the public when drug regulations are not based on science, especially if they violate human rights,” says author Teri Krebs, research fellow at the Department of Neuroscience, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Krebs, who is from Boston, USA, and her Norwegian husband Pål-Ørjan Johansen have published research on LSD as a treatment for alcoholism and on mental health of psychedelic users. Their studies have been funded by the Research Council of Norway and featured in Nature News, BBC World News, Fox News, and other global media.
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People have the right to use LSD and magic mushrooms
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