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Prof. TREVOR MARSHALL, PhD       The EPMA World Congress on PPPM (Predictive, Preventative, Personalized and Participatory Medicine) was held at the University of Bonn from 3-5 September, 2015. This is the presentation of Prof. Trevor Marshall, titled “Is there a role for a Tin-Foil hat in PPPM.” (PDF copy of abstract is here:...
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Open Letter to the Health Care Team at the Lancy Medical Center, Geneva, on Wireless Technology by Meris Michaels, 24 November 2017 (translation) The Lancy Medical Center includes seven physicians specializing in internal medicine, 21 psychiatrists/psychologists, one specialist in obstetrics/gynecology, and a number of therapists https://cmlancy.ch/ Recently opened, the Center did not have Wi-Fi in...
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“To inform the public usefully and honestly, you need to interview specialists in the many fields and consult often long, complicated reports, websites and books. Therefore the public is, in a sense, the victim of the journalist’s choice of sources. But to what end? This remains a question anyone reading Vegter’s columns need to ask.”...
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Electromagnetic Fields Likely to Cause Alzheimer’s in Electrosensitive Persons ici.radio-canada.ca, 6 June 2014(Summary of Radio-Canada Interview by the Editor of ‘Towards Better Health  http://mieuxprevenir.blogspot.co.za/2014/06/interview-with-dr-dominique-belpomme-by.html Original broadcast in French Dr. Belpomme, President of ARTAC (Association for Research on Treatment Against Cancer) is asked by the interviewer about his creation nearly three years ago of the European...
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Mobile phone radiation, an underestimated disease factor www.buergerwelle.de, 18 January 2017 (translated from German by Google with grammatical corrections) Lecture given by Peter Schlegel dipl. Ing. ETH at the special event “Electrosmog and its effects on the body” organized by the Swiss medical association SSAAMP on October 13, 2016 in Zurich. Participants were around 100...
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Even when we’re not actively interacting with the digital world, our devices are. Packing music into the toolies isn’t just about being a clueless boor with questionable habits in the field. It’s also about being a clueless boor who might be harming the environment. Literally. Around the world, studies are proliferating on the devastating effects...
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As Kraków, Poland’s second city, takes steps to protect its citizens from rising electromagnetic ‘smog’ from mobile phones, wifi, Bluetooth, smart meters and other devices, Lynne Wycherley summarises 2016’s news highlights on the emerging bio-risks of rising exposure to non-ionisiong radiation. For how much longer can governments continue to ignore the growing evidence of harm?...
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Excerpts: The author criticizes the loss of democratic culture,which makes the implications of the telecommunications policy for the public even worse.The brochure concludes with an appeal that sees the human right to health violated on several levels.He calls on the government and the political parties of the Federal Republic of Germany to put suitable protective...
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Animals may not know the danger of microwaves, but they still suffer from their effects. Animals are neither hysterical nor hypochondriac and make the perfect test subjects for the allegedly “unproven” side effects of mobile phones and other communications radiation. Animals cannot lie and don’t make a show of their suffering. They simply become sick...
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February 2017, Volume 65, Issue 1, pp 129–135 Trevor G. Marshall Trudy J. Rumann Heil Abstract Studies in mice have shown that environmental electromagnetic waves tend to suppress the murine immune system with a potency similar to NSAIDs, yet the nature of any Electrosmog effects upon humans remains controversial. Previously, we reported how the human Vitamin-D receptor (VDR) and its ligand,...
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