Ketamine goes mainstream-on CNN!

Dr. Sunjay Gupta, MD, science and physician reporter for CNN just had a very interesting piece on the impact on Ketamine on depression, and suicide. You can watch the video below or on the CNN website.

Sub-anesthetic doses (lower than we anesthesia providers would use to put you to sleep) of Ketamine has been coined the greatest discovery to occur in mental health care in the last decade. We are thrilled that it is getting some mainstream attention, the more people know the more we can help!

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