Positive long-term follow-up data from Sunstone Therapies’ investigator-initiated Phase 2 study assessing COMPASS Pathways’ (NASDAQ: CMPS) synthetic psilocybin COMP360 paired with psychological support in cancer patients with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is out.

57% of patients sustained remission of depression, and 64% a robust clinical response, at 18 months following administration of a single 25mg psilocybin dose paired with psychological support

The original Phase 2 trial was completed in 2021 (see results). Now, this 18-month follow-up data is believed to be the longest-term follow-up study of psilocybin therapy with cancer patients ever completed. 

See also: Link Between Cancer And Psilocybin: Research On This Palliative Promise

The study assessed a single, …

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