Trial suggests pill testing discouraged illicit drug use: Freeman

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The Canberra leg of Groovin the Moo 2019. Image courtesy Groovin the Moo via Facebook.
Australia’s second pill testing trial has identified seven dangerous substances containing the potentially deadly n-ethylpentylone And the fact that many festival-goers binned their drugs shows that pill testing can discourage them from taking these substances, says the PSA’s Chris Freeman. Like the first trial, the second was held at the Canberra leg of the Groovin

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