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Dr. Mason Marks, in his paper titled ‘Controlled Substance Regulation For The COVID-19 Mental Health Crisis’, recommends short and long-term solutions to the ongoing crises in the healthcare sector.
Mason Marks, the director of Harvard Law School’s Project on Psychedelics Law and Regulation and a member of Oregon’s official state advisory board for that state’s psilocybin therapy program, called the recommendations “an important step for Seattle to help address its overdose and mental health crisis.”
Trust in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) declined after its approval of the controversial Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab. Three experts resigned amid allegations that the FDA had caved to industry pressure. Some argue that its credibility has reached a new low.
“History has proven that punitive drug policies are counterproductive, and have only contributed to overdoses, homelessness, and the ongoing mental health crisis,” Mason Marks, the director of Harvard Law School’s Project on Psychedelics Law and Regulation who also serves on Oregon’s official state advisory board for the psilocybin therapy program, told Marijuana Moment.