http://www.streetinsider.com/Press Releases/Narconon International Releases a Three-Year Outcome Review of Narconon Eslov in Sweden/8768153.html&c=5pnFOP8XF5Mx Unless Narconon Eslov is somehow different from every other Narconon, the paper had to be a crock. So let's look at that "peer-reviewed journal"... http://www.la-press.com/a-simplifie...ing-after-drug-abuse-tr-article-a3885-discuss Published in Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, which is part of Libertas Academica. The first warning sign is that it's an "open-access" journal. Rather than selling subscriptions, they charge the people with papers to be published. I assume that if the peer review rejects a paper, they don't get anything. That seems like a conflict of interest. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertas_Academica Predatory open access is a second warning sign. That usually means that they have all sorts of come-ons for contributors, without ever mentioning that it's pay-for-publish. Someone recently submitted a scam paper to a large number of open access journals to test their claimed peer review. Many failed badly. Fake Cancer Study Spotlights Bogus Science Journals http://news.nationalgeographic.com/...science-spoof-open-access-peer-review-cancer/ So that's where they're coming from when they claim to have a paper published in a peer-reviewed journal. The next step is to dissect the paper itself, because you can bet that they'll be using this piece of bumwad everywhere!