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January 11, 2011

Twelfth and Final Subject Enrolled in Swiss LSD Study

On January 11, 2011, our clinical team announced that the twelfth and final subject passed the screening process and was enrolled in our Swiss study of LSD-assisted psychotherapy for anxiety associated with life-threatening illness. The study, which is taking place in Solothurn, Switzerland, is led by Principal Investigator Peter Gasser, M.D., and is the first clinical study of LSD in humans in over 35 years. We anticipate that the treatment phase of the study and the two-month follow-up evaluations will be completed before Fall 2011, at which point the results will be analyzed and submitted to a peer-reviewed scientific journal. A subsequent paper will report on the data from the 12-month follow-up evaluations.

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