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Ask Dr. Shulgin Online is designed to provide information about an important topic that is central to cognitive liberty, and which is also the subject of a national debate concerning drug policy and drug education. In consideration of being permitted to visit and read the information on Ask Dr. Shulgin Online, you agree to be bound by these Terms of Use. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions contained in these Terms of Use, you may not access or otherwise use this web site. We may make changes to our web site, these terms and conditions, or the policies and conditions that govern the use of our web site at any time. We encourage you to review our web site and these terms periodically for any updates or changes. Your continued access or use of our web site shall be deemed your notification and acceptance of these changes.

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These terms of service were last updated on January 1, 2004.