What we have here is Pharma doing what they can to get out another drug of abuse to the public. Something like Purdue did with oxycontin. The manufacturer advises that the dosage be given in the office under supervision. I have already seen one person, an addict, who was able to get a prescription and keep the bottle at home to get a Ketamine high whenever they wanted. I doubt that the manufacturer cares at all about lack of efficacy. I’m so glad that MIA takes the time to deconstruct the information on these silly drugs, but it is time that pharmaceutical companies need to release all data – all clinical trials, all raw data, everything about who dropped out, etc. We could have this right now if physicians refused to prescribe drugs without proper information. Pharma can call information proprietary to keep it away from physicians, but what happens when physicians won’t prescribe without full information? Unfortunately guild interests of the AMA and APA prevent physicians from doing the right thing.