This appeared in the San Fransisco Chronicle online version Clarifications section:
"-- In last Sunday's Bay Area section, a story about the California Medical Association adopting a resolution supporting schools that have dropped "factually inaccurate approaches" to anti-drug instruction should have more fully explained how the organization arrived at its decision.
"The process began with the San Francisco Medical Association drafting a resolution supporting school districts that have dropped an anti-drug program provided by Narconon, an organization with ties to the Church of Scientology. The resolution, which concluded that Narconon's program was based on faulty science, was submitted to the statewide medical association for approval.
"A subcommittee of the state association decided to frame the resolution more broadly to include any organization whose program might be based on deficient science. In so doing, the subcommittee chose to remove Narconon's name from the portion of the resolution that was forwarded to the full California Medical Association for action."