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The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has decided to stop using student informants, The Boston Globe reported. The decision followed a panel's review of the practice, which faced scrutiny after the heroin overdose death of one student informant. The university panel said that it feared that students with drug problems were becoming informants to avoid dealing with their addictions.
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