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Alexander Shulgin, the pioneering scientist best known for introducing the drug known as ecstasy to the wider world in the '70s and '80s, has died.
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In a recent editorial entitled "Ecstasy: Pointless Deaths," The Economist examined the apparent rise in deaths from MDMA and its imitations and concluded that, in…
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