Inside Scientology's Rehab Racket - 2011-03-27

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F0.png Inside Scientology's Rehab Racket March 27, 2011, Mark Ebner, The Fix

To defend itself against charges of charlatanism, Narconon has managed to marshal scant scientific evidence. The same few names defend the organization in the media, decade after decade. One such supporter is Dr. David Root, who practices occupational medicine and is, not coincidentally, a member of the Narconon Scientific Advisory Board. Root, who claims to treat his patients with the "Hubbard detoxification program" at his Sacramento office, told the San Francisco Chronicle in 1991 that drugs and other poisons "come out through the skin in the form of sebaceous, or fatty, sweat. This material is frequently visible and drips, or is rubbed off on towels. It may be black, brown, blue, green, yellow and occasionally red. Most is washed off in the shower…and so is not seen."

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{{cite news | first = Mark | last = Ebner | author2 = Walter Armstrong | title = Inside Scientology's Rehab Racket | url = | work = The Fix | date = March 27, 2011 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}