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Can mdma affect huntington's chorea?

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Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry 43 years experience
MDMA: Mdma (ecstasy) is an amphetamine derivative that acts as a neurotoxin in the cns. In huntington's disease, neurons are already being killed by excess glutamate (an excitatory neurotoxin). Adding another neurotoxin to the brew is not a good idea -- could make huntington's worse.

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