The Milenio Television Network in Mexico did a story on ibogaine and Panagea in March, 2012. There is a written version of the story here.
A short audio clip from an interview with Clare from back in 2007. You can find the file here: http://www.drugtruth.net/cms/audio/by/guest/clare_wilkins.
I’m Dangerous With Love is an underground adventure that traces one man’s risky journey into the world of shamanic ritual. Dimitri Mugianis had been addicted to heroin for 20 years when a single dose of ibogaine, a powerful hallucinogen derived from the root of a West African plant, stopped his addiction cold.
Filmmaker Michel Negroponte enters the ibogaine subculture and follows Dimitri over three years, as he takes drug users through the same detox that saved his life. Problem is, ibogaine is an illegal drug in the U.S. When Negroponte tries ibogaine himself, he experiences firsthand its propensity to “break open the head.”
Clare Wilkins sits with Rich Strassman, author of DMT: The Spirit Molecule, and J.P. Harpignies, author of Political Ecosystems, Double Helix Hubris. She discusses “400 Ibogaine Sessions: Data on Detoxification, Recidivism and Quality of Life.” This broadcast, hosted by Neil Goldsmith, MD, was produced in conjunction with Horizons: Perspectives on Psychedelics, a conference in New York City.
Clare presents on “What causes addiction and how do we overcome it?” at the 2010 Horizons Conference on psychedelic science, hosted by Neil Goldsmith in New York City.
Clare Wilkins, Director of Pangea Biomedics, presents on “The Evolution of an Ibogaine Treatment” at the 2010 MAPS Conference, Psychedelic Science in the 21st Century, in San Jose, California.
Pangea (formerly, the Ibogaine Association) is featured on CBS.