Cerebral Says It Will Stop Prescribing Most Controlled Substances

Online mental health company Cerebral Inc. said it would stop prescribing virtually all controlled substances, expanding an overhaul of its treatments after coming under scrutiny for how it delivers stimulants for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.

Kyle Robertson, co-founder and chief executive officer of Cerebral, wrote in an email to employees Monday afternoon that the company will stop prescribing controlled substances, which excludes those in a category, to patients The new patients went into effect Friday and for existing patients in October, according to a copy of the email that was reviewed by the Wall Street Journal. The company said it would seek to cut existing patients off their prescriptions for controlled substances or transfer them from Cerebral’s care to a direct clinician.

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Edmund DeMarche

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