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Does Your Teen Know Molly aka MDMA?

Summary: Molly or MDMA, also known as ecstasy, is a very dangerous drug that your teen may be more familiar with than you know.
Air Date: 12/6/13
Duration: 10
Host: Dr. Leigh Vinocur, MD
Guest Bio: Jose Torradas, MD
Dr. Jose Torradas was born in Houston, TX and raised near Philadelphia, PA. He attended MIT for undergrad, and graduated medical school from the University of Pennsylvania in 2005. Dr. Torradas completed his residency at North Shore University Hospital in New York in June 2013, and is now living in San Francisco. He has been working clinically in various hospitals around Northern California. Dr. Torradas has been an active ACEP member since 2010, and public relations committee member since 2011. He has done a number of interviews for television and written press, in both English and Spanish.
Does Your Teen Know Molly aka MDMA?
Do you know Molly? Chances are your child might.

Maybe you've even heard your teen talk about this trendy but very harmful drug.

Molly or MDMA, also known as ecstasy, is a drug whose effects resemble that of a stimulant and psychedelics. This drug has been around for a long time now; but Molly is the current street name for this drug and, unfortunately, the perception is that it is safer. This is not true at all.

Expert Dr. Jose Torradas joins ER 101 to help you sift through the confusion and dangers about this popular club drug. His enlightening interview may just save your child's life.
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