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Gillinder Bedi is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology (in Psychiatry) University of Melbourne and Orygen National Centre of Excellent in Youth Mental Health, University of Melbourne
Within five years, science will likely have answered a controversial question: can the drug commonly called ecstasy treat psychiatric disorders?