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p-Methylthioamphetamine, also known as 4-methylthioamphetamine 4-MTA, is a stimulant drug originally synthesized as a potential antidepressant, although at present it has no therapeutic use. It is currently submitted to control measures and criminal penalties within the Member States of the European Union 1. 4-MTA has been associated with several deaths in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands 1.
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