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Authors: Brian Rush, Olivia Marcus, Sara Garcia, Anja Loizaga-Velder, Gabriel Loewinger, Ariane Spitalier and Fernando Mendive
Published in Frontiers in Pharmacology, May 19, 2021.
The present study describes the protocol for the Ayahuasca Treatment Outcome Project (ATOP) with a special focus on the evaluation of addiction treatment services provided through Takiwasi Center, the first ATOP study site. The goal of the project is to assess treatment outcomes and understand the therapeutic mechanisms of an Ayahuasca-assisted, integrative treatment model for addiction rehabilitation in the Peruvian Amazon.
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