Slew of overdoses sparks renewed calls for pill testing

New research shows majority of partygoers would use the service In early October, 16 partygoers who thought they were taking ecstasy were hospitalised after hallucinating and becoming incoherent, with 27-year-old Victorian footballer Riki Stephens dying as a result. Toxicologists found the drug was in fact a combination of MDMA and synthetic LSD known as "N Bomb".

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