Support our campaign to resist the international scheduling of ketamine!

Worldwide access to ketamine for medical and veterinary use is once again on the line. The 59th UN Convention on Narcotic Drugs (CND) is imminent (14 – 22 March 2016, Vienna) and is likely to reconsider a proposal that ketamine be placed under international scheduling, a move which would effectively prevent access to it for those who most need it. Ketamine’s value as an essential medicine is unknown to many and the proposal for international control stems, by and large, on the widespread misconception that ketamine is just a recreational drug. Our global veterinary community must work together to ensure that the global perception of ketamine is indeed as a medicine.  Find out how you can help:

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