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IEEE Fellow James Lin calls on WHO to raise wireless radiation (RF) cancer classification

The time is right for the IARC to upgrade its previous epidemiology-based classification of RF exposure to higher levels in terms of the carcinogenicity of RF radiation for humans. —  Dr. James C. Lin Following the National Toxicology Program study … Continue reading

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American Heart Association is silent on heart cancer and irregular heart rate risks from cell phones, cell towers, and wireless radiation. Why? AT&T and IBM sit on the advisory board

The American Heart Association’s mission statement is  To build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Yet, AHA fails to warn the public about serious, life-threatening cardiac impacts from wireless radiation exposure. These risks include heart rhythm disturbances, heart … Continue reading

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Dr. Sharon Goldberg testifies at Michigan 5G small cell tower legislation hearing, October 4, 2018 — “Wireless radiation has biological effects. Period.”

“Wireless radiation has biological effects. Period. This is no longer a subject for debate when you look at PubMed and the peer-review literature. These effects are seen in all life forms; plants, animals, insects, microbes. In humans we have clear … Continue reading

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Retired NIH scientist: FDA downplaying clear evidence of cellphone-cancer link

From The Hill  November 13, 2018 There’s a clear cell phone-cancer link, but FDA is downplaying it By Ronald Melnick, opinion contributor The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill A recent study … Continue reading

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5G “epidemic” to hit Sacramento, also Los Angeles, Houston, Indianapolis

By Nina Beety October 25, 2018 Officials may say it was a bad flu with strange features that hit Sacramento residents, and that vaccines could not prevent it. They may even blame foreign actors. But the real and very simple … Continue reading

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“More than a coincidence”: new large study finds malignant heart tumors from RF exposure, just like the NTP

This study like the NTP subjected the animals to whole body exposure. Whole body exposure is the type of exposure from a cell tower  or Wi-Fi or Smart Meters. From Microwave News “More than a coincidence” — Major new animal … Continue reading

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Carta abierta de “no confianza” a la OMS (versión en castellano)

De Programa Estatal Contra la Contaminacio Electro-Magnetico 26 de enero de 2017 Press release below Las organizaciones ciudadanas que integramos la “Coordinadora europea de organizaciones por una regulación de la exposición a los campos electromagnéticos (CEM) que realmente proteja la … Continue reading

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Lettre ouverte de défiance à l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (version française)

26 janvier 2017 Press release below Nous, la «Coordination européenne des organisations pour une règlementation de l’exposition aux Champs Électromagnétiques (CEM) qui protège réellement la sante publique» (), exprimons notre soutien sans réserve à la lettre de défiance du Groupe … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Maryland State Advisory Council to Dept of Education — recommend school districts reduce school Wi-Fi

From Environmental Health  Trust February 27, 2017 First State in the Nation: Maryland State Advisory Council Recommends Reducing School WiFi Children’s environmental health experts respond to new US study linking wireless radiofrequency radiation to cancer after the American Academy of … Continue reading

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Maryland: Pepco disconnects electricity to family refusing to pay opt-out fees despite heat wave

The newspaper uses the key phrase “lack of any conclusive evidence”. This and similar phrases are repeatedly used by utility companies and regulatory agencies to confuse and deny.  Who is responsible for “concluding?” With the rampant conflicts of interest throughout … Continue reading

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