In Sweden, the health authorities have now recognized that there are people who can no longer tolerate the microwaves we are surrounded with everywhere. Sadly, this is still an isolated case of recognition of a very serious issue, though there are signs that the times are a-changin':
"Another Interphone researcher is expressing concern over the tumor risks associated with the long-term use of mobile phones. "I think the evidence that is accumulating is pointing towards an effect of mobile phones on tumors," Professor Bruce Armstrong of the University of Sydney School of Public Health told "TodayTonight," an Australian current affairs show on Channel 7, a national network.
"I would not want to be a heavy user of a mobile phone," Armstrong said. "People might be shocked to hear that the evidence does seem to be coming more strongly in support of harmful effects."
175 German doctors appealed to the German authorities for immediate actions regarding the electromagnetic radiation in the Bamberger Appeal. The letter was signed by the doctors and submitted to the authorities in Bavaria.
Cindy Sage, editor and contributor to the Bioinitiative Report
Electromagnetic radiation and disease
Joining the Dots (PDF) - a comprehensive overview
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