‘We’re going to see young people die’: Ecstasy use by school students doubles in three years


The proportion of high school students using ecstasy has more than doubled in three years, prompting a leading drug educator to warn about the normalisation of the illicit drug’s use among young people. Paul Dillon, the founder of Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia, said the latest Australian Secondary School Students’ Alcohol and Other Drug study  revealed an “alarming” increase in the consumption of ecstasy by students.

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