By the end of the party, she was sobbing so hard that the escort she’d invited to the ball had to put her in a cab.
In the morning, she told her family that she didn’t want to be alive.
Laura Delano recognized that she was “excellent at everything, but it didn’t mean anything,” her doctor wrote.
She grew up in Greenwich, Connecticut, one of the wealthiest communities in the country.
It’s a nasal spray called Spravato, which is distributed by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a division of Johnson & Johnson Inc.
“I [would be] very concerned that if people took home large amounts of ketamine to use as they saw fit, that they would be vulnerable to developing addiction or other complications of ketamine treatment,” he said. In an email to CNN, Greg Panico, a spokesman for Janssen said they are “working quickly to educate and certify treatment centers on the unique administration requirements of SPRAVATO to ensure patients can access this important medicine.” But when it does become available, it won’t exactly be easily accessible.