Ecstasy Cancer Treatment

Discussion in 'Biology & Genetics' started by ScaryMonster, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. ScaryMonster I’m the whispered word. Valued Senior Member

    The illicit drug ecstasy could be used to treat blood cancers, Australian research has found.
    Compounds similar to ecstasy or MDMA kill cell lines derived from blood cancers such as lymphoma, myeloma and leukemia, claims Associate Professor Matthew Piggott and Ph.D. students Michael Gandy and Katie Lewis from the university of Western Australia.
    MDMD was modified to eliminate the psycho-activity seen ecstasy and the potency against cancer cell was boosted 100-fold.
  2. fringe Registered Member

    yea it wouldnt suprise me, MDMA is a dioxin and they do some funky things to the body, and just a guess here but MDMD alot has another dioxin group?

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