Carcinogenicity of Cell Phone Radiation: 2B or not 2B…

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… this post is open for comments … In May/June 2011, 30 experts (I was one of them) invited by the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), gathered in Lyon to discuss the scientific studies on radio-frequency electromagnetic … Continue reading

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Expert Roundtable: Skeptical About Cell Phones and Health?

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The Expert Roundtable event took place on December 9, 2013 at the Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco. I was listed as one of the participants. However, because I was not able to participate in person, my participation was … Continue reading

Science & Wireless 2012: Presentations & Interviews ready for viewing

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UPDATE: it appears that some readers have problems with seeing videos. This problem might be caused by firewall settings in their computers. If you cannot see videos via links provided in this post, try this link of the SUT Science … Continue reading

Science & Wireless 2012, Melbourne, Australia

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This year the Science & Wireless 2012 event will discuss “Epidemiology, Assessing Risks, Reviewing Standards“. As stated on the media site of the the local host of the event, Swinburne University of Technology: “Forum on safety of wireless technology Leading … Continue reading

• First comments on the outcome of IARC evaluation of mobile phone radiation carcinogenicity

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  Participants of the IARC evaluation meeting were asked to not speak “who-said-what” and “who-voted-for-and-who-voted-against” as well as about the numbers of “yes” and “no” in the voting and that is why such information is not here… This is the … Continue reading

• IARC classifies the carcinogenicity of mobile phone radiation

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  Now it is official. The long awaited IARC evaluation of the carcinogenicity of mobile phone emitted radiation is complete. At the meeting at the IARC headquarters in Lyon, France, Working Group of invited experts has reviewed scientific evidence and, based … Continue reading

• We need to continue research on the effects of mobile phone radiation

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On January 8th, 2010, the major Finnish newspaper, “Helsingin sanomat“, has published as a “front page” guest editorial (vieraskyna/pääkirjoitus) my text concerning the need for further research on the effects of the mobile phone radiation. The original text (in Finnish) can … Continue reading