We need CONSENSUS, not another COMMISSION…

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Today morning, Oct. 18, 2022, I received message from Devra Davis with a surprising and puzzling subject line “Major New Paper by International Commission on Wireless Technology Presents Case For Revision of Human Exposure Limits“. The puzzling part was this … Continue reading

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Leszczynski reviews public health policies on EHS

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Dariusz Leszczynski‘s review article “The lack of international and national health policies to protect persons with self-declared electromagnetic hypersensitivity” has been just accepted for publication in the ‘Reviews on Environmental Health‘. The article reviews the current, very limited, evidence of … 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

Article from the WHO EMF Project – full of bias and oddities creating more questions than giving answers

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…this post was updated ,with a notice, on Dec. 22, 2020… WHO EMF Project preparation of the review of the science related to health effects of RF-EMF is severely delayed. It was planned to happen after the publication of the … Continue reading

Current safety limits for cell phones do not protect all users

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Technology for the cell phones was developed for the needs of the US military. Thereafter, this technology was introduced to civilian market. Cell phone technology, before introduction to civilian market, was not tested for the human health effects because the … Continue reading

Report from the BioEM2016

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The 23-pages Report from the BioEM2016 is available (BIOEM2016_Report _DL_Final). From the Introduction and Contents: BioEM2016 conference took place on June 6 -10, 2016 in Ghent, Belgium. Seen here is the view of the conference site, Het Pand, the large … Continue reading