The parents of a healthy, bright teenager who died after taking a toxic diet pill said they were "incredulous" that it is so easily available at the click of a button without any legal comeback.
18-year-old Chris Mapletoft died after taking 2,4-dinitrophenol, known as DNP. It is a chemical used in pesticides but sold online as a quick-fix diet aid.
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