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Sacred psychedelics used for healing on Haida Gwaii put people at risk

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A dozen doctors on Haida Gwaii have signed a warning letter about the dangers of "sacred psychedelics" used in aboriginal healing ceremonies. Reporter Betsy Trumpener spoke with Dr. Harvey Thommasen.

You can read the CBC.ca news story on this issue here: Haida Gwaii doctors sound alarm on psychedlic use

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