This I wrote in 2013: “The Million Women Study: another bad study on cell phones and cancer”


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There is ongoing debate concerning the quality and reliability of the conclusions of the Million Women Study on the health risk from radiation emitted by mobile/cell phones. This text I have published on Thursday, October 3, 2013 in the Washington … Continue reading

Brief Report from BioEM 2021 in Ghent


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Report from the BioEM 2021 Ghent, Belgium, September 26 – 30. 2021 Dariusz Leszczynski (opinions presented in this report are solely of the author) Few topics out of many… 5G now and in the future ICNIRP and IEEE-ICES safety limits … Continue reading

BioEM2016: The “new avenues” in epidemiology (part 3/3)


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The last plenary session of the BioEM2016 was dedicated to epidemiology with the title inviting to debate “New avenues of epidemiological research – added value or old challenges, or both?“. The set of invited speakers was also impressive, with Mireille … Continue reading

Epidemiology: ICNIRP hijacked WHO EMF Project


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…this post is open for comments… Epidemiological evidence is considered as the most important evidence when evaluating possibility of health effects induced by radiation emitted by wireless communication devices (RF-EMF). I disagree with this notion because of the intrinsic limitations … Continue reading

GERoNiMO: An interview with project leader, Professor Elisabeth Cardis


I would like to cordially thank Elisabeth Cardis for taking time and answering a set of 11 questions. Dariusz Leszczynski: In the past epidemiological studies there were serious problems with the exposure data. Problems were not only with what persons … Continue reading