George Carlo comments on the RF part of the World Cancer Report 2020

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In response to my yesterday’s blog post, critical of the evaluation of RF-related carcinogenicity in the World Cancer Report 2020 published by IARC, George Carlo has submitted a short comment. Because issues mentioned in the comment are of importance, I … Continue reading

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Emerging possibility for a meticulous, impartial review of the EMF science at the WHO

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Over the recent years, there were numerous complaints about the reliance of the WHO EMF Project solely on the opinions of the ICNIRP. In fact, the WHO EMF Project could be considered as “front” for the opinions of ICNIRP. It … Continue reading

WHO conference on noncommunicable diseases – radiation, any radiation, is missing

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WHO Global Conference on Noncommunicable diseases: Enhancing policy coherence between different spheres of policy making that have a bearing on attaining SDG target 3.4 on NCDs by 2030. Montevideo, Uruguay, October 18-20 2017. One of the documents of the conference … Continue reading

BioEM2015: Inadequate design of studies causes waste of time, money and researcher potential

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Out of many presentations, here are few words about a study on EHS. This study is a good example of what is wrong with the EHS research. Scientists examined whether exposure to wifi radiation affects how people feel mentally and … Continue reading

Handling an Inquiry – The WHO-style

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… post was updated at 18:38 on Feb. 15, 2015 … On December 27, 2014, I sent an e-mail message to Dr. Margaret Chan, Director General of the WHO. In this message I expressed my concern about the process of … Continue reading