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New research from Massey University shows young people buying and selling drugs on apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat could be harming their job prospects in the future.

Speaking to Breakfast this morning, public health researcher and co-writer of the study Robyn Van Der Sanden said using social media to buy and sell illicit drugs was a growing trend on a global level.


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