Store selling Scientology vitamin regimen raises concerns - 1999-03-28

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F15.png Store selling Scientology vitamin regimen raises concerns March 28, 1999, Geoff Dougherty, St. Petersburg Times

The treatment, called "purification rundown," is one of the first steps Scientologists take upon joining the church. Church members tout the rundown as a purifying routine that enables people to kick drug abuse and "think more clearly and have more energy." Some physicians, and a former Scientologist interviewed by the Times, call it dangerous and ineffective.

At a recent informational session, the owners of Pure Health on W Main Street told visitors that the rundown could avert the need for cardiac bypass surgery, treat kidney failure and alleviate eye problems.

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{{cite news | first = Geoff | last = Dougherty | title = Store selling Scientology vitamin regimen raises concerns | url = http://www.sptimes.com/News/32899/Pasco/Store_selling_Sciento.html | work = St. Petersburg Times | date = March 28, 1999 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}