Friday, June 15, 2012 |
Inevitably, it's a hard pill for some people to swallow.
British Columbia's Chief Medical Officer is standing by his assertion that MDMA -- popularly known as ecstasy -- ought to be legalized and sold through government-licensed stores.
This despite the fact that the drug, in the form in which it's sold on the street, can be lethal.
Perry Kendall is the Chief Medical Officer for British Columbia.
We reached him in Victoria.