Testing ecstasy pills at concerts and raves could reduce risks for users
“[This] adds critical evidence that on-site pill-testing services may be a valuable public health and safety tool.”
Study: Many recreational drug users say they wouldn’t take pills shown to be adulterated, fake… “People would be safest not taking any street drugs at all, but if free, no-fault testing can reduce deaths and other catastrophic consequences, it may be a service worth having,” says Matthew W. Johnson, associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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Testing Ecstasy pills at concerts and raves could reduce risks for users
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