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Ecstasy There is an uncontrollable drug problem that plagues our nation today People all over the country are abusing many different kinds of drugs as we speak The youth of our nation is being exposed to this behavior thinking that it is acceptable to abuse drugs Ecstasy or MDMA methylenedioxymethamphetamine is one of the more common drugs abused by teenagers Maxwell n pag Sixty percent of teens all around the country have tried ecstasy at least once many of which had been in there young teens Ecstasy is referred to as a club drug and is distributed and available at many youth clubs around the country Ecstasy is not only available at clubs but also on the street According to Dr Peter Roberts of Columbia Childrens Hospital at such a low cost to make it sells for 20 to 40 dollars per pill on the street Cloud n pag Serious drug dealers all over are easily making quadruple their money back on each pill sold People of all different ages are taking the pill not knowing the real effects it has on the body mind and others around the abuser Eating an ecstasy tablet more commonly referred to as rolling breaks down and damages the brain in more ways than one It kills brain cells as well as actually eats away at the brain itself People do not appreciate the real danger of this drug especially when being pressured by their peers The trendiness of ecstasy is not one to be taken lightly People are destroying themselves just to have a night of fun Ecstasy not only contributes to the breakdown of your body but also to the breakdown of friendships and families and allows drug dealers of America to prosper Ecstasy has a history that is very unusual to most other drugs Nicholas Saunders chief and editor of wwwecstasyorg states that MDMA was patented as long ago as 1913 by the German company
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