The Ketamine Consensus?


From Discover Magazine: A group of psychiatrists from the American Psychiatric Association has recently released A Consensus Statement on the Use of Ketamine in the Treatment of Mood Disorders, granting legitimacy to the use of ketamine as an antidepressant. However, there is little evidence for the long-term effectiveness of ketamine for this purpose.

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  1. Hey, maybe we can get together and write a “consensus statement” on the use of daily alcohol consumption as a “treatment for anxiety!” We can get papers published and maybe get a grand from Seagram’s or Jim Beam or Budweiser. What do you think?

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