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She’d lived with severe depression and near constant thoughts of suicide for more than 15 years. Nothing, not a dozen different psychiatric drugs, not electrical pulses to the brain or two rounds of shock therapy, provided more than fleeting relief.

She decided that she would prefer to die, and twice sought a medically assisted death. Then her doctors gave her ketamine.

In less than two weeks, her depression “rapidly and robustly remitted.”…

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