Meth cops swear they can sweat off toxins - 2007-11-08

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F0.png Meth cops swear they can sweat off toxins November 8, 2007, Nate Carlisle, Salt Lake Tribune

Call is one of eight retired and current Utah police officers undergoing - at taxpayer expense - an Orem clinic's detoxification treatment, which is based on Scientology teachings.

Its medical director, Gerald H. Ross, acknowledges no studies have been conducted to show whether the program helps people exposed to meth.

Experts are skeptical. But Call and other officers are convinced the treatments work, and Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff argues they are a worthwhile expense.

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