Leszczynski’s presentation in Belgrade, Serbia

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Today, Oct. 24, 2015, I spoke on RF and health at the meeting in Belgrade, Serbia, attended, among others, by some governmental officials. I spoke about the shortcomings in the quality of the human studies (epidemiology & EHS), including radiation … Continue reading

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Leszczynski to lecture in Serbia and Turkey

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I will be giving  a lecture at a meeting in Belgrade, Serbia in October and a key-note presentation at a meeting in Turkey in November. Slides of the presentations will be uploaded in due time on SlideShare. For now, for … Continue reading

Leszczynski in 2011: A Proteomic Approach to Investigating the Effects of Cell Phone Radiation

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…this post is open for comments… Below is copy of the interview that I gave in July 2011 for the ProteoMonitor. It was just after IARC classified cell phone radiation as a possible human carcinogen. The interview is still available … Continue reading

Day 3 of BioEM2014: Thermal or non-thermal… or… unimportant…

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…social media sharing buttons are at the end of the post… This day is traditionally short, because this one afternoon is at every meeting reserved for free time sightseeing. However, this does not mean that the day was uneventful. Just … Continue reading

• Greek proteomics study on effect of cell phone radiation on mice brain

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Few days ago research group from Greece published study that examined effects of cell phone radiation and DECT phone radiation on mice brain using proteomics approach. After exposure to radiation, that was generated by regular phones connected to network and … Continue reading

• Interview with ProteoMonitor on the genomeweb

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Yesterday, on June 1st, 2011, ProteoMonitor news-outlet on the genomeweb, has published interview where I am presenting opinions about the use of proteomics in studying effectes of electromagnetic fields. The relatively long interview can be found here: http://www.genomeweb.com/proteomics/qa-proteomic-approach-investigating-effects-cell-phone-radiation

• “Nothing New Under the Sky” – the new WHO Research Agenda

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  WHO has released  2010 Research Agenda for Radiofrequency Fields (http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2010/9789241599948_eng.pdf). It is new but, to my great disappointment, there is nothing new. The opinion, as expected is very much influenced by the ICNIRP. Out of the 19 experts who … Continue reading