Backers defend anti-drug program / School board is told the science is sound - 2004-06-23

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F140.png Backers defend anti-drug program / School board is told the science is sound June 23, 2004, Heather Knight, San Francisco Chronicle

But after stories in The Chronicle raised questions about the science behind the teachings and the presence of religious concepts in classroom lectures, school district officials ordered the program to revise part of its curriculum by this Thursday or be kicked out of the district.

Specifically, the district has disputed three Narconon claims: that all drugs are poisons, that drugs are stored in fat for years and may cause cravings for more drugs, and that alcohol is "made of dead rotted food." In addition, The Chronicle stories cited several doctors who disputed the Narconon claims that drugs wreak havoc until they are sweated out.


{{cite news | first = Heather | last = Knight | title = Backers defend anti-drug program / School board is told the science is sound | url = http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2004/06/23/BAGRI7AHPQ1.DTL | work = San Francisco Chronicle | date = June 23, 2004 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}