Ecstasy and the concomitant use of pharmaceuticals.

  title={Ecstasy and the concomitant use of pharmaceuticals.},
  author={Jan Copeland and Paul Joseph Dillon and Michael B Gascoigne},
  journal={Addictive behaviors},
  volume={31 2},
Recent anecdotal evidence suggests that it is becoming increasingly popular among ecstasy users to attempt to negate certain side-effects or enhance the drug experience through the concomitant use of pharmaceutical drugs or supplements. This study was designed to explore the practice of deliberately using pharmaceuticals for any reason in association with ecstasy and related drug (ERD) use. A cross sectional survey was conducted with 216 adults who had used ecstasy at least once in the previous… CONTINUE READING
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