Doctor’s son who found Prince dabbled in alternative neuroscience

Andrew Kornfeld’s red-eye flight to bring a prescription drug to Prince has been described by his attorney as a “lifesaving mission” to persuade the Minnesota music superstar to start treatment for addiction. Instead, the 26-year-old Californian found Prince collapsed in an elevator of his Chanhassen home, perhaps already dead, the attorney said. The son of an addiction and pain doctor helped in his father’s medical practice by teaching surfing to young drug users in recovery. In college, his studies in neuroscience sparked a fascination with consciousness and psychedelic drugs such as LSD. Jim Fadiman, a psychologist who popularized the notion of using micro-doses of LSD to enhance workplace productivity, considers the younger Kornfeld “a brilliant man.” Kornfeld’s father sent his son to Prince’s home, a decision that has raised questions…

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