Canada is Opening Up to Magic Mushroom Therapy to Improve the Quality of Life of the Seriously Ill

Article by Ronan Levy, Growth Op

WellnessNewsMedicalLifeLegalizationHealthExpertsCommunities Canada is opening up to magic mushroom therapy to improve the quality of life of the seriously ill The evidence is so compelling that 13 palliative Canadians have already received exemptions this year to access psilocybin-assisted psychotherapy. Author of the article:Ronan Levy As our legislators are striving to offer Canadians more compassion, dignity, and freedom to manage their end-of-life decisions through MAiD, they also have a golden opportunity to reverse a law made without the luxury of modern science. PHOTO BY GETTY IMAGES

On October 5, David Lametti, the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of Canada reintroduced Bill C-7 in the House of Commons. This bill aims to make Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) more accessible for Canadians living with grievous and irremediable medical conditions, signalling a change that has been long in coming.

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