MP3: Legal highs and lethal lows

29.06.2013

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Legal highs and lethal lows MP3

Sydney teen Henry Kwan became the public face of a new war on synthetic drugs when his death prompted state and federal bans on a range of compounds known as ‘legal highs. Source: abc.net.au

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