“His first—and only—ketamine infusion made him feel dreamlike, goofy, and euphoric. He almost immediately started feeling more hopeful about life. He was more receptive to therapy. Less than a year later, he married. Today he says his dark moods are remote and manageable. Suicidal thoughts are largely gone. ‘If they had told me how much it would affect me, I wouldn’t have believed it … It is unconscionable that it is not already approved for suicidal patients.'” Bloomberg: Ketamine Could Be the Key to Reversing America’s Rising Suicide Rate. (That’s a pretty bold headline. But one wonders why our hangups about so-called party drugs are so powerful that they delay our efforts to potentially provide people with relief.)