Professor Simon Chapman responds…

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Updated May 10, 2016 at 12:10 (see at the end of post) Recent epidemiological study from Australia, on cell phones and brain cancer, made headline news: Chapman S, Azizi L, Luo Q, Sitas F. Has the incidence of brain cancer risen … Continue reading

From Australia, India and United Kingdom science news on wireless radiation and health

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In recent days three news stories were published on wi-fi, cell phone and cell tower radiation and health. I was interviewed for the first two news items. In Australia, ABC TV science program ‘Catalyst‘ (see transcript and video) In India … Continue reading

Leszczynski’s presentation in Belgrade, Serbia

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Today, Oct. 24, 2015, I spoke on RF and health at the meeting in Belgrade, Serbia, attended, among others, by some governmental officials. I spoke about the shortcomings in the quality of the human studies (epidemiology & EHS), including radiation … Continue reading

Leszczynski to lecture in Serbia and Turkey

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I will be giving  a lecture at a meeting in Belgrade, Serbia in October and a key-note presentation at a meeting in Turkey in November. Slides of the presentations will be uploaded in due time on SlideShare. For now, for … Continue reading

Series of stories in Finnish newspaper – Satakunnan kansa

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On October 17th, 2014, Finnish newspaper Satakunnan kansa published several stories on cell phone radiation and health. The lead story is an interview with former Nokia technology head, Mr. Matti Niemelä, entitled “Entinen Nokia-pomo: Kännykkä vei terveyteni” (Former Nokia-boss: Cell … Continue reading

MMF, NHS UK, and Cancer Research UK are living in a ‘twilight zone’

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updated on May 16th, 2014 at 17:00 It is amazing that educated people, for some unknown to me reasons, show complete disrespect for the general audiences and talk to them simply nonsense. Recent French epidemiological study CERENAT has found that … Continue reading

Is telecom industry so desperate that it calls for a desperate measures?

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In my previous blog I criticized ‘Letter to the Editor’ published in Bioelectromagnetics journal. In it the authors bluntly attacked the IARC Working Group experts for their incompetence. Significantly, one of the co-authors of this ‘Letter to the Editor’ is … Continue reading