|For more information on current trends and stats for club drugs and other drugs of abuse please see the following page containing links to the Monitoring the Future Survey, the Community Epidemiology Work Group and other useful sources.
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- NIDA's Index Page on Club Drugs
- Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse
- NIDA for Teens
- Ecstasy : What We Know and Don't Know About MDMA - A Scientific Review
This report is based on a scientific conference - MDMA/Ecstasy Research: Advances, Challenges, Future Directions - that was held held July 19-20, 2001.
- MDMA/Ecstasy Research: Advances, Challenges, Future Directions
This scientific conference was held July 19-20, 2001. A Videocast of the meeting is available online now.
- "In the Mix"
This PBS Series providing "Reality Television for Teens" aired a new episode on Ecstasy in April 2001.
- Research on MDMA (Ecstasy) - Testimony to Congress, 2002
- Looking the Other Way: Rave Promoters and Club Drugs - Testimony to Congress, 2001
- Ecstasy Abuse and Control - Testimony to Congress, 2001
- Statement on Club Drugs (MDMA, Ecstasy) - Testimony to Congress, 2000
- Club Drugs aren't "Fun Drugs" - Article, 2000
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