sean.p.cusack at gmail.com
Wed Feb 29 08:53:39 UTC 2012
Sorry was on my phone and couldn't actually do the search on
Interestingly enough, a different, but related study has already completed,
it is (was) a Phase II trial aimed at PTSD resulting from a crime:
Its got a publication too (non-printed, but digital!), and from the looks
of it, 80% of 12 patients on the experimental arm got better...neat!
Could be pretty interesting...any reason the MAPS guys are trying to go it
alone? To launch the drug, someone will need to do the spendy Phase III
trial...and it looks like there could be some help from other people(!)
On Wed, Feb 29, 2012 at 12:37 AM, Daniel Jabbour
<daniel at psychedelicsf.org>wrote:
> Oh, and you're right, the trials are posted on clinicaltrials.gov. Just
> search for MDMA...
> Here's one for example that's currently recruiting participants:
> Daniel Jabbour
> Organizer, Psychedelic Society of San Francisco
> daniel at psychedelicsf.org
> On Feb 29, 2012, at 12:23 AM, Sean Cusack wrote:
> If you are running a defacto, peer-reviewed clinical trial with the intent
> of using the results to sway a regulatory body, you *must*, repeat *must*
> register that trial with the FDA. All trials registered with the FDA get
> posted to the website clinicaltrials.gov to give open access to anyone
> interested in participating.
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