The drug has long been illegal because the specific effects that the chemical has on the human body are still a mystery.
Recently, only some elements have been detected and researched to learn more and more about the unpredictable risks associated with the drug.
A team of researchers at the University of Southern California interviewed more than 350 men, 163 of whom had been diagnosed with testicular cancer, about recreational drug use including: poppers, mushrooms, Quaaludes, PCP, barbiturates and speed.
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