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Ecstasy tablets are far more harmful than previously thought - and taking just ten can cause brain damage

26 July 2012

Professor Val Curran (UCL Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology) said that any effects on memory are likely to be small and transient. "The general agreement that is emerging about ecstasy is that while you are using the drug, you might expect a very subtle memory impairment but it's probably not significant in the real world," she said. Read: Daily Mail More: Times of India