FDA Advisers OK Human Testing of Hallucinogen : Health: Supporters say ibogaine may help some drug users overcome their addictions. Others worry about potential brain damage
Authors: Greg Miller Published: Los Angeles Times Date: August 26, 1993 Category:Misc. Comments:0
WASHINGTON — A federal advisory panel recommended Wednesday that the Food and Drug Administration allow limited human testing of ibogaine, a potent hallucinogenic drug that is believed to help some heroin and cocaine users overcome their addictions.
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