Clubbers should be able to test their ecstasy

We don't know what caused two nightclub deaths last weekend, but a Dutch system of analysing drugs in confidence might help
David Nutt
The Guardian online (UK)
Monday, November 28, 2011

Media reports of two deaths at the weekend in the same party venue have once again been accompanied by police suggestions that the drug responsible is ecstasy that may be from a "contaminated" batch. Speculation as to the cause of these tragic deaths is unhelpful, and recent experience with mephedrone has shown such preliminary comments are often quite wrong, we will know the truth only when toxicology results are reported.