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THUNDER BAY, ONT. — When local family physician Mario Nucci shifted his focus to mental health, he discovered at least a third of mental health patients were deemed “treatment resistant.” During his residency, Nucci became familiar with ketamine, which is traditionally used as an anesthetic medicine, and has repeatedly demonstrated that it could be game-changing for his patients who don’t respond to traditional treatments and suffer from depression and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The ketamine treatments have been so successful that Nucci has since opened his own clinic, the Canadian Centre for Psychedelic Healing, and has to continuously hire more health-care professionals to help keep up with the demand…

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