The Daily Dose: Scientists explore the good and bad of MDMA

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Ecstacy. MDMA. They’re feel good, psychedelic drugs that are associated with raves and revelry. Lately, it’s also been considered a promising candidate for PTSD therapy. Unfortunately, the thing that makes it so effective is also what makes it suspect to many in the medical community. Without a doubt, the more that’s learned about MDMA, the better. A recent study investigated the roles serotonin and dopamine play in the drug’s activity.

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