How We are Defending and Employing Psilocybin Research and Development
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FTO has taken the first step in seeking to invalidate Compass’s bad patents on so-called “Polymorph A”, but the dispute is not over. FTO’s invalidity Petitions are just the first action in a dispute that likely will continue through this year and into the next. The resolution of that dispute will shape the course of psilocybin research and therapy for decades to come.
We’ve challenged Compass’ patents because we believe they will likely impede individuals with treatable disorders from receiving affordable and widely available psilocybin medicines.
FTO needs your help in paying the cost of expert witnesses and patent lawyers. We anticipate expenses directly related to our Petitions challenging Compass’s bad patents to be at least $500,000 or more this coming year.
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