Stephen J.LurieMD, PhD, Senior EditorIndividualAuthor
In Reply: Dr Leshner argues that my article
missed the big picture from the meeting—that MDMA is dangerous. That
message, promoted heavily by NIDA, has received plenty of press. Instead of
rehashing it, I decided to present another viewpoint, one held by several
of the conference's presenters. As I reported, these social scientists emphasize
the need for more realistic prevention messages. The weight, originality,
and underexposure of their research made it newsworthy.
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