Braxia Scientific has announced positive preliminary results from the first Health Canada Approved, Phase II, randomized clinical trial to evaluate the feasibility, safety, tolerability, and efficacy of multi-dose psilocybin-assisted therapy for treatment-resistant depression.
Preliminary results indicate strong feasibility with adequate recruitment including 159 individuals who were referred to the study and clinically meaningful improvements in depression severity were observed.
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Braxia Scientific Corp (previously Champignon Brands and Apotheosis Scientific) is one of the for-profit companies developing therapies in conjunction with psychedelics. In its short history, it has acquired a psilocybin research firm Tassili Life Sciences, a mushroom cultivator (Artisan Growers), and has recently started offering esketamine treatments for MDD.