‘Letter to the Editor’ of the Bioelectromagnetics journal: A travesty of science

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Bioelectromagnetics, a peer-review journal of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and the European Bioelectromagnetics Association has just published a ‘Letter to the Editor‘: Wiedemann PM, Boerner FU, Repacholi MH. Do people understand IARC’s 2B categorization of RF fields from cell phones? Bioelectromagnetics. … 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

Self-contradicting Norwegian report

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On Wednesday, September 12, 2012, the Norwegian Institute of Public Health published a report: “Low-level radiofrequency electromagnetic fields – an assesment of health risks and evaluation of regulatory practice” (full report; English summary). The 204-pages long report is written in Norwegian … 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

• IARC evaluation, MMF and safety standards

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As I have written in my previous blog (published yesterday), IARC classification of mobile phone radiation as 2B category carcinogen – possibly carcinogenic to humans – is a big news. So far, WHO evaluation of mobile phone carcinogenicity was based … Continue reading

• First comments on the outcome of IARC evaluation of mobile phone radiation carcinogenicity

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  Participants of the IARC evaluation meeting were asked to not speak “who-said-what” and “who-voted-for-and-who-voted-against” as well as about the numbers of “yes” and “no” in the voting and that is why such information is not here… This is the … Continue reading