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Emory Center for Psychedelics and Spirituality studies psilocybin as a therapeutic agent

Psychedelic-assisted therapy is showing promise in reducing cancer-related anxiety and depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Why? The answer seems to include our human need to find meaning and connection.

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"We already attract really, really strong students. We do not want a financial obligation to be a burden or a hurdle between a student being admitted and becoming enrolled and graduating."

John Leach, associate vice provost for enrollment and university financial aid, on how Emory replaced loans with grants for more than 1,500 students
Two Emory University faculty members elected to National Academy of Medicine Council Emory partners with University of Queensland to establish a cutting-edge vaccine center Emory leader presents new research showing remarkable promise for lung cancer treatment Emory University launches review of April 25 events Emory University nursing professor receives Betty Irene Moore Fellowship

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