Review of 5G mm-waves’ effects on skin, by D. Leszczynski, is in press in the Reviews on Environmental Health

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In November 2019, during my lecture tour in New Zealand (Auckland, Hawke’s Bay, Wellington & Nelson) I have briefly presented the very limited scientific evidence on the possible effects of millimeter-waves of the 5G on skin and skin cells. Recently, … Continue reading

Leszczynski: Ramazzini study shows that cell tower radiation does not increase risk for Schwannoma and glioma

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On March 22, 2018, journal ‘Environmental Research‘ published a peer-reviewed article: “Report of final results regarding brain and heart tumors in Sprague-Dawley rats exposed from prenatal life until natural death to mobile phone radiofrequency field representative of a 1.8 GHz GSM … Continue reading

Where science and big money collide…

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Where science and big money collide, we enter a strange “twilight zone” of science politics, where various methods are applied to neutralize “inconvenient” science. One of the examples of such collision between science and big money is presented in, as … 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

False claims of the study published in PLoS ONE – immediate retraction is needed

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On January 13, 2016, was published in the journal PLoS ONE an article “Anthropogenic Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Elicit Neuropathic Pain in an Amputation Model” by Bryan Black, Rafael Granja-Vazquez, Benjamin R. Johnston, Erick Jones, and Mario Romero-Ortega. Claims made by … Continue reading

‘Danish Cohort’ and the unwillingness of the Editors of the BMJ to act responsibly

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Reading the commentary in the British ‘Nature‘: “A tragedy of errors: Mistakes in peer-reviewed papers are easy to find but hard to fix” by David B. Allison, Andrew W. Brown, Brandon J. George, and Kathryn A. Kaiser, reminded me of … Continue reading

Days 4 & 5 of the BioEM2014: some new ideas and many old attitudes

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…social media sharing buttons are at the end of the post… The fourth day of BioEM2014 had a very interesting plenary lecture on “Staying in Shape: Membrane Voltage as a Master Regulator of Tissue Shape during Regeneration” presented by Wendy … Continue reading