The paper is: Drug residues store in the body following cessation of use: Impacts on neuroendocrine balance and behaviour – Use of the Hubbard sauna regimen to remove toxins and restore health published in Medical Hypotheses (2007) 68,868–879 by Marie Cecchini and Vincent LoPresti I have made a blog post here about this insult to medical research. It was financed by 'The Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education' a Scientology front group, and its principal author (Marie Cecchini) is a Scientologist. These conflicts of interest are carefully concealed. The journal Medical Hypotheses does not publish research, but provides a forum for speculative theories. The standard of evidence required is consequently extremely low. While the paper looks almost respectable when you can only access the abstract, the full text reveals just how bad the reasoning and evidence presented really is, and needs to be more widely available.