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Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Ordinance Electromagnetic Radiation Safety http://www.saferemr.com/ On the April 21, 2017,the city of Berkeley won a major decision in a federal appeals court. The court denied a request by the CTIA-The Wireless Association to block Berkeley’s landmark cell phone “right to know” ordinance. Berkeley’s ordinance which has been in effect...
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Summary of Meeting of ECERI Delegation with WHO on Electromagnetic Fields, 3 March 2017 ECERI Newsletter no.5, March 2017 (European Cancer and Environment Research Institute) http://www.eceri-institute.org/ EDITO The meeting with WHO’s representatives and a delegation from the ECERI this month stands as a major turning point for our Institute. This opens a new opportunity for...
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A document by Olga Sheean regarding the special interests behind WHO’s wireless safety standards. Excerpt from pdf: Lentegeur Cape Town South Africa Broken-hearted My name is Amanda Collins and I live with my 12-year-old daughter Skyla [pictured in the pdf] in Lentegeur —a suburb on the outskirts of Cape Town. Aged four, Skyla was diagnosed...
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Majority of cell phones on market may exceed FCC’s stated RF safety limit of 1.6 W/kg, experts warn. “We urge the media, all cell phone users and public health officials to contact the FCC, as well as members of Congress, demanding a response to this important letter of inquiry. It appears many cell phones on...
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A recent letter to WHO written by members of the BioInitiative Working Group describes the unbalanced ‘no-risk’ group at WHO preparing the document. See the rest of the letter in the pdf link PDF ”WHO Monograph on Radiofrequency Radiation and ICNIRP biwg-final-draft-who-rf-ehc-monograph-team-composition (NOTE: Industry-linked group authoring this global health document have strong conflicts of interest...
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The chairmen of the California Brain Tumor Association, Ellen Marks has requested that the FCC postpone all action on the new ‘’5G’’ wireless technology until there is pre-market safety testing. In the past Ellen Marks has published a list of more than 300 high profile victims of brain cancer. She compiled the report after her...
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Decisions about involuntary, continuous and widespread RF exposures in schools, hospitals, workplaces and public and private spaces in the UK and around the world have been made based upon inaccurate conclusions of the AGNIR report. Published in 2012, it continues to be used to justify RF exposures and dismiss concerns about possible adverse effects on...
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