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Two more Canadians receive exemptions for mushroom therapy as doctors seek access for training purposes

Last month, after Thomas Hartle became the first Canadian to undergo legal psilocybin therapy to treat end-of-life distress, the Saskatoon father of two — who has been living with a terminal cancer diagnosis since 2016 — slept better than he has in four years.

“I have had anxiety for so long, I had sort of forgotten what it feels like to not have it,” Hartle said in the days following his session. “To experience the lack of anxiety I have had this week is beyond words. It’s amazing. I have no idea how long this particular benefit will last, but so long as it’s here, it’s really, really amazing and good.”

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