Thomas Hartle has end-of-life anxiety stemming from a terminal cancer diagnosis, and in 2020, the 54-year-old became the first person in Canada to legally gain access to psilocybin-assisted therapy to deal with it.
“My cancer is very, very difficult to detect, so doctors can’t tell me how long I’ve got. It’s impossible to give me a prognosis,” he said.
He says doctors were only able to discover more than 40 tumours throughout his body after seeing them during surgery.
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