Existential distress and death anxiety are common in patients nearing the end of life. While it can be difficult to define existential distress, common themes include a lack of meaning or purpose, loss of connectedness to others, thoughts about the dying process, loss of self, hope, autonomy, and temporality.1 These symptoms often occur in parallel with severe anxiety and depression and have been…


Previous articlePsyBio Therapeutics Initiates Pilot Scale Development of Proprietary Biosynthetic Psilocybin with Global Contract Research, Development and Manufacturing Organization
Next articleAwakn Announces Exclusive License Deal with the University of Exeter to Commercialise the ‘Ketamine in the Reduction of Alcoholic Relapse’ (KARE) Intervention Validated in a Phase II Clinical Trial