IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY: Experts’ Opinions in Radiation and Health (including 5G)

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Journal Frontiers in Public Health, specialty of ‘Radiation and Health‘ has just announced new Research Topic dealing with radiation emitted by wireless communication devices and networks, including the 5G, that will be published in 2022. It will consist solely of … Continue reading

WHO extends deadline for Task Group experts

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Some, chosen ones (not me), have just received message from the WHO informing that the deadline for applications for Task Group experts, to prepare the final version of the Environmental Health Criteria for the RF-EMF, has been extended. The WHO’s … 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

Full list of topics and authors of WHO RF-EMF systematic reviews

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Martin Röösli has to be commended for his fairness and openness. Unlike Emilie van Deventer, who lectured me on virtue of patience, Martin Röösli has provided me with not secret link to PROSPERO database (search: RF-EMF) where protocols for all … Continue reading

Overwhelming power of ICNIRP opinions through backing from GSMA, MWF & telecoms: WHO and governmental agencies, like ARPANSA, BfS, TNO, STUK et al., meekly follow and disseminate misinformation on 5G millimeter-waves’ safety research

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In 2020, ICNIRP has published an updated safety guidelines for EMF exposures that consider solely thermal effects of radiation exposure as the source of any health effects. In ICNIRP’s opinion, prevention of thermal effects, by the currently used safety limits, … Continue reading

From Australia on EU REFLEX Project and Alexander Lerchl, by Vic Leach and Steve Weller of ORSAA

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This is Guest Opinion from ORSAA members Vic Leach and Steve Weller: The REFLEX project (2000-2004) was the early warning signs to industry that we are possible dealing with a carcinogenic agent in wireless communication. In fact, the WHO International … Continue reading