The Agony & The Ecstasy: ‘At Home in the Dark’

Addiction and PTSD are related.Imagine not being able to get treatment for an illness because the treatment is illegal.

In “The Agony & The Ecstasy,” Charles Shaw examines how MDMA can help people with PTSD recover. The catch, though, is that MDMA is illegal—even though it could be beneficial. This fact lead Shaw down a road that ended at a prison.

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Abbie Stutzer

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