ICNIRP Chairman, Eric van Rongen, clarifies issues from ‘The Telegraph’ interview

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On March 3rd and 9th, 2019, British ‘The Telegraph’ has published two articles by Margi Murphy, US Technology Reporter, San Francisco, titled: Do smartphones cause cancer? World Health Organisation to assess brain tumour link and Mobile safety standards relaxed ahead … Continue reading

Emerging possibility for a meticulous, impartial review of the EMF science at the WHO

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Over the recent years, there were numerous complaints about the reliance of the WHO EMF Project solely on the opinions of the ICNIRP. In fact, the WHO EMF Project could be considered as “front” for the opinions of ICNIRP. It … Continue reading

Publications by Eric van Rongen, Chairman of ICNIRP (updated)

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Correction added in response to the comment from Eric van Rongen. See at the bottom… Mona Nilsson pointed out that Eric van Rongen has not published original research on EMF. Indeed, the objective fact is that the majority of Eric … Continue reading

Open Letter on the Electromagnetic Hyper-Sensitivity Research

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Open Letter is available in pdf format from this link: Open Letter on the EHS research (dated) February 4, 2018 To the attention of: The World Health Organization: Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus; info@who.int; @DrTedros; @DrTedros.Official The WHO EMF Project: Head … Continue reading

“BLUNDER” by ICNIRP’s and WHO EMF Project’s bosses

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Recently, I came across two short videos recorded in 2016 in Stockholm. The occasion was the seminar at the SSI concerning health effects of EMF. In these videos,  Emilie van Deventer, Head of the WHO EMF Project and Eric van … Continue reading

WHO Environmental Health Criteria: A brief update

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At the BioEM2016, I had a brief discussion with Eric van Rongen, about the status of the Environmental Health Criteria (EHC). This is what I learned: Task Group to evaluate science: recruitment is ongoing. The group will consist of some … Continue reading