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Cutting-edge: Controlled ketamine therapy can open, heal the mind

Two Bellingham clinics seek to treat mental health disorders

Dana Berger was the first patient at King Health Associates in Bellingham to undergo ketamine therapy to fight depression
Dana Berger was the first patient at King Health Associates in Bellingham to undergo ketamine therapy to fight depression (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jemma Alexander News Intern
While the notion of the anesthetic drug ketamine as a scientifically supported treatment might alarm

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