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Magic Mushrooms: Cancer Patients Could Find Relief in Psychedelic Drug

Newsmax Thursday, 1 December 2016
"Magic mushrooms" could treat cancer patients struggling with anxiety and depression, and some scientists are urging more research into the possibility.
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News video: How Magic Mushrooms Could Help Cancer Patients

How Magic Mushrooms Could Help Cancer Patients 01:13

A pair of studies suggests that psilocybin, the active drug in psychedelic mushrooms, can help cancer patients come to terms with their illness.

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