Confusing ‘possible carcinogenicity’ and ‘certain toxicity’ of cell phone radiation, coffee, DDT…

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Proponents and opponents of wireless communication fail to distinguish between carcinogenic and toxic effects of possible (IARC 2B category) carcinogens. ******************** In May 2011 International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified cell phone radiation as a possible human carcinogen. … Continue reading

The Truthseeker show on cell phones & health

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The Truthseeker show on the RT TV will broadcast on October 20, 2013 program on the controversy surrounding cell phone radiation and health and, according to RT TV journalist Daniel Bushell, will feature interviews with e.g. Devra Davis, Ellie Marks, … Continue reading

Australia: AMTA quotes Repacholi’s guest blog on BRHP

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With some delay, on August 12, 2013, Australian AMTA has published news about guest blog of Mike Repacholi that was published on my science blog site BRHP earlier this year.   AMTA’s text, not surprisingly, is very self-serving for the industry. … Continue reading

• How was the passing OLD YEAR 2011?

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As Christmas is over and the New Year 2012 is fast approaching this is the time of the year when we look back at what was achieved during the past 12 months. Let’s briefly look at several areas such as: … Continue reading

• Did INTERPHONE commit …#1 ?

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This is the “modified” version of earlier blog. It is published in meantime, while awaiting the response from IARC to my letter (see next blog at  http://betweenrockandhardplace.wordpress.com/2011/07/20/%e2%80%a2did-interphone-commit-2/). **************** INTERPHONE scientists have recently published two separate papers on the same topic: Is … Continue reading

• VIVA Confusion!*

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[ * to avoid potential additional confusion – the title of this blog is sarcastic, not what I like to see around] Recent IARC evaluation of mobile phone radiation potential to cause cancer and classification of it as a 2B … Continue reading