Beginning in the late 1980s, researchers began to uncover evidence of MDMA’s long-term adverse effects including potential damage to dopamine and serotonin neurons in the brain, often termed “neurotoxicity”.1 Subsequent research over the following decades generated a large body of evidence demonstrating neurotoxic effects of MDMA that depended on a variety of factors including body temperature…


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