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Doctors back schools dropping flawed antidrug program

Title: Doctors back schools dropping flawed antidrug program
Date: Sunday, 27 March 2005
Publisher: San Francisco Chronicle (California)
Author: Nanette Asimov
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The California Medical Association has declared unanimous support for school districts that have dropped Narconon and other "factually inaccurate approaches" to antidrug instruction from their classrooms, and will urge the American Medical Association to do the same. Nearly 500 California doctors also endorsed "scientifically based drug education in California schools" at the association's annual meeting in Anaheim on Monday. Narconon, a drug education program with links to the Church of Scientology, is offered free to schools and has been used in ... [Read the rest at]