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Wolff K, Hay AW, Sherlock K, Conner M. 
“Contents of 'ecstasy'”. 
Lancet. 1995 Oct;346(8982):1100-1.
The risk of adverse reactions to 3,4- methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) ('ecstasy') is widely known. However, it is still not clear how some can use this drug regularly without harm, whilst others die or have a severe toxic reaction. A range of tablets or capsules are sold as 'ecstasy'. Under a Home Office licence, we have recently analysed 'ecstasy' tablets which were handed in to the Leeds Addiction Unit under an amnesty. The tablets came from all parts of the UK.
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