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“Designer drugs” are not new. Analogs of amphetamine, DMA, DOM, DOB, MDA, MMDA, and TMA, appeared in the 1960s and were widely used and abused. Phencyclidinc analogs appeared in the 1970s. These drugs were taken in milligram amounts and we could usually find them in the blood following a single dose.
Forensic toxicologist, Office of the Sheriff Coroner, Santa Ana, CA
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