Jennifer (pseudonym)

participant in an MDMA study

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30-year-old participant in an MDMA (Ecstasy) study in Colorado; sexual and physical abuse survivor

Jennifer (pseudonym) on KCRW

The over-use and abuse of LSD, magic mushrooms and other hallucinogens in the counter-cultural sixties led to a federal ban signed by Richard Nixon in 1970.

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