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The ecstasy trial
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26 Sep - 57 min Say No to Drugs Cartoon - Educational Videos for Students - Watch Cartoons Online - Drug. 26 Sep Half a million people take ecstasy every week in Britain and Channel 4 provided an opportunity on Wednesday to see some of them in Drugs. Drugs Live is an occasional British television documentary on Channel 4 about recreational drug use, and clinical trials into its effects, presented by Jon Snow and Dr Christian Jessen. The first programme Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trial was broadcast in two.
27 Sep Thousands of people take ecstasy regularly but we know surprisingly little about the effects of this class A drug on the human brain. 27 Sep Helen Brown reviews Drugs Live: the Ecstasy Trial, Channel 4's experiment in which volunteers, including actor Keith Allen and novelist Lionel. 14 Sep - 21 sec - Uploaded by Channel 4 In a UK television first, Jon Snow and Dr Christian Jessen present two programmes that follow.
Those who have not taken MDMA rank cocaine above tobacco and MDMA above alcohol. Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trial / Detailed Survey Analysis. Episode 1 - Drugs Live: The Ecstasy Trial. The first programme unravels the mysteries of MDMA, revealing how the drug affects the brain. In a UK television first, Jon Snow and Dr Christian Jessen present two shows following volunteers as they take MDMA, the pure form of ecstasy, as part of a. 26 Aug Nonprofit seeks funding for phase III trials after Food and Drug Administration grants MDMA "breakthrough therapy" status. Find out when Drugs: The Ecstasy Trial is on TV, including Series 1-Episode 1. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on.