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MAPS mission is to treat conditions for which conventional medicines provide limited relief, such as PTSD & anxiety associated with life-threatening illnesses, by developing psychedelics & marijuana into prescription medicines.

Randolph Hencken
Director of Communication
MAPS Newsletter
December 10, 2009

Canada: The New MAPS Frontier

Dear MAPS Members and Supporters,

Time is running out on our early registration rates for Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century. I urge you to save money and register before the end of the year.

We are trying a new communication strategy and we invite your feedback. In the past we’ve sent you one long email newsletter each month that details all of our developments. We are testing out sending shorter more frequent emails that highlight a few organizational developments, provide links to our website where we have updated our projects, and emphasize activities that we think will interest you as a MAPS supporter. Please let us know what you think.


Randolph Hencken
MAPS Communications and Marketing Director
Conference Organizer

P.S. There are a lot of one-of-a-kind and unique items up for bid in the online holiday auction. Whether you would like to spend $5 on a rare book, or are capable of spending $5000 on a vacation home for a week in the Caribbean, we have something you will surely want to give as a gift this holiday season.

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