SCIENTOLOGY CLINIC BAD MEDICINE: EX-WORKER - 2005-08-04

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F351.png SCIENTOLOGY CLINIC BAD MEDICINE: EX-WORKER August 4, 2005, Stefan C. Friedman, New York Port

The source, who until recently worked at the New York Rescue Workers Detoxification program on Fulton Street, said he witnessed "strange practices" at the tax-funded center, which was co-founded by Tom Cruise.

These include: treating ill World Trade Center rescue workers without doctors present, strictly following Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard's medical techniques even when patients were in distress, and a reluctance to call 911 for help.

"Somebody's going to get hurt from this," the former employee said. "There was no responsibility on the medical side of the project."


{{cite news | first = Stefan C. | last = Friedman | title = SCIENTOLOGY CLINIC BAD MEDICINE: EX-WORKER | url = http://nypost.com/2005/08/04/scientology-clinic-bad-medicine-ex-worker/ | work = New York Port | date = August 4, 2005 | accessdate = March 2, 2017 }}