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Ecstasy may help terminally ill die easier

Scientists in America are about to start a study to assess whether the recreational drug Ecstasy can help to reduce the stress and anxiety associated with dying cancer patients.

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About: Ecstasy may help terminally ill die easier

Date: 28 December 2004

Source: News Scotsman


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