Extended Abstracts for the EHS Workshop at the BioEM2021 in Ghent, Belgium

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UPDATE: EHS Workshop at the BioEM2021 will take place on September 30, 2021 at 14:30 (Ghent time). ***** As I have informed in my earlier post, at the BioEM2021 will take place a workshop on EHS issue , EHS workshop … Continue reading

Clear indication that ICNIRP review of science is skewed and should be independently validated

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In this blog, published from 2009, first on website of STUK – Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority and subsequently transferred to the current site, I have criticized ICNIRP on many occasions. In my recently published blogs I have pointed out … Continue reading

EHS debate on BRHP: Denis Henshaw responds to Martin Röösli

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Last night I received message from Denis L. Henshaw, with a response to Martin Röösli. ********************************** The opinion of Denis L. Henshaw (includes three illustrative slides in pdf format) One form of EHS which must surely be as old as … Continue reading

Martin Röösli of ICNIRP: Brief comments on EHS

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Yesterday, I have published a very brief blog post about my opinions presented in twitter-discussion on EHS with Martin Röösli and Frank de Vocht. Today, Martin Röösli has submitted comment that I consider as very significant input into the EHS-debate. … Continue reading

Discussing EMF sensitivity with Röösli and de Vocht

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Yet again, I found myself twitter-discussing individual sensitivity to EMF, includes EHS, with Martin Röösli and Frank de Vocht. You can go to mine and theirs’ tweet accounts and see for yourself… It is enlightenin and, necessary to admit, we … Continue reading

World Cancer Day 2020: Laurier, Röösli & reviewers whitewash RF effects, with a twist

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February 4, 2020 is the World Cancer Day. Hence, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has published the World Cancer Report and the Head of IARC, Dr. Elisabete Weiderpass, presented the Report in a video released on the … 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