Clinic's results make 9/11 responders believe - 2007-10-07

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F0.png Clinic's results make 9/11 responders believe October 7, 2007, Art Carey, Philadelphia Inquirer

The validity of the program should be verified by an independent, disinterested party, Brick adds. "As a scientist, I like to see data. To the best of my knowledge, no one has clearly demonstrated a causal relationship between the treatment and the outcome."

The mainstream medical establishment looks askance at the Hubbard detox program. Over the years, some doctors and scientists have denounced it as unsound and dangerous. Critics say the program is based on physiological fallacies and is unsubstantiated by science and credible studies.


{{cite news | first = Art | last = Carey | title = Clinic's results make 9/11 responders believe | url = https://web.archive.org/web/20071024144711/http://www.philly.com/inquirer/health_science/daily/20071007_Clinics_results_make_9_11_responders_believe.html | work = Philadelphia Inquirer | date = October 7, 2007 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}