Breast Cancer and EMFs Research

Breast Cancer and EMFs Research

45 potentially useful papers.

Olle Johansson, assoc. prof.
The Experimental Dermatology Unit
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institute
171 77 Stockholm

In Memory of Classien Smit

Warning - graphic and unpleasant photographs of breast cancer



South African News on EMFs

Murray Manor Parent Fears Radiation Risk, Wants Cell Phone Tower Moved


'I am not letting my kindergartner play under there for eight hours a day,' she said last month.


Cell Phone Tower Proposal Denied


The roof of Holy Family Medical Center is one location that houses nearby cell phone antennas. Providers need to have several locations to place antennas, which are low-strength. Had the proposal been approved, the city would have received about $27000...


Countering false information

I received a 'google alert' for this blog - it s at scientificpeterborough.org.

James Burrett is the author/owner of the blog. My comment (scroll down) has been awaiting moderation since July 1st.

I wonder if he will ever publish it?

Hi and Welcome to Scientific Peterborough. We are a group of ordinary citizens who are concerned that public policy decisions are being made without the use of evidence based science. The latest example of this is a group of people who believe wi-fi in schools is harmful or potentially harmful. This organization is basing it s fear mostly on the words of one local professor who claims to have done research into the harmful effects of low power radio waves (wi-fi and cellphone) but so far has published nothing on the subject.

After witnessing the fearful angry parents last night at a public meeting I believe it is time for the silent majority to be able to express their opinion and show that the vast majority of people support the school boards decision to install wi-fi in all schools. this is being done in order to support the plan to give laptops to all teachers and to allow students to use smart connected devices in every classroom.

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Carl Katz | July 1, 2011 at 3:57 pm | ReplyYour comment is awaiting moderation.

>>This organization is basing it s fear mostly on the words of one local professor who claims to have done research into the harmful effects of low power radio waves (wi-fi and cellphone) but so far has published nothing on the subject.<<

This is factually incorrect on the following counts.

1 The professor in question has had a very relevant double blind study published where she provoked heart arrhythmia in several individuals using a DECT cordless home phone. One subject experienced an instantaneous doubling of heart rate. The study was about to be replicated when the scientist who was going to conduct the same study was kicked out of his lab.

2. Many of the parents who are objecting to Wi-Fi are electrohypersensitive (EHS) and are trying to protect ALL of the children who will be exposed to Wi-Fi ? they have first hand experience. These parents have every right to be angry as the school district is not listening to them or the world renowned independent scientists who are sounding the alarm bell.

3. In a 'blind' study which was featured on national TV program on the safety of Wi-Fi in schools, she was able to provoke a significant increase in heart rate of a grown man by exposing him to Wi-Fi radiation and the subject was able to reliably tell when the Wi-Fi was on or off. Health Canada is aware of this study. Why are they not attempting to replicate it using a 'double blind' protocol?

I am a senior IT Tech in BC who became electrohypersensitive over four years ago. I have a very deep understanding of what happens from a biological standpoint and also technical standpoint from exposure to Wi-Fi or any other kind of non-ionizing radiation. Make no mistake - EHS is real, from someone who has had first hand experience. There is a clear temporal/spatial relationship to exposure and symptoms.

How interesting it is that Health Canada, who has in the past cited studies on low level electromagnetic radiation from the the World Health Organization (WHO) that support it s 'Wi-Fi is safe' position refuses to change it's stance, despite the fact that though the WHO classified low level electromagnetic radiation as a 2B (possible) carcinogen at the end of May 2011.


Precautionary Principle

A wonderful article that applies to so many things from drugs to bridge, bent scientists and corrupt government.


Sharon Noble

The safety and wellbeing of all Australian children

Dear Sir/Madam

In light of:

* the NAPCAN MISSION to ?advocate on behalf of children and young people and to promote positive change in? policies, practices and the law to prevent abuse and neglect and ensure the safety and wellbeing of all Australian children?; and
* STRATEGY of ?encouraging adult and organisational behaviour which assures the safety and wellbeing of all children?, and ?advocating for changes in legislation and public policy that put the needs and rights of children first?:

There is a trend beginning and gaining momentum in Australia for primary schools to roll out parent-funded 1:1 laptop programs because of their apparent educational benefits.

The possible long-term and extremely far-reaching health implications of this (described in my open letters below) threaten not just individually sensitive children, but an entire generation of children in Australia. This generation, over the past few years have been exposed to an exponential and previously unexperienced increase of radiation from other currently uncontrollable sources (such as cell phone towers).

Please URGENTLY consider supporting:

* An immediate moratorium against WiFi in Primary Schools
* A Federal re-evaluation of the rollout of laptops and WiFi to high school students. (Laptops might be hardwired through the National Broadband Network optical fibre technology.)

Please read my letter to my son s school (Rossmoyne PS) below, together with the references provided. This is an extremely important issue. It will take about one hour to read the letters below and watch the 2 videos which have been carefully selected to give a very clear overview of the issues involved.

* the Panorama program presented by the BBC available on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuNaDj6VLHw&feature=player_embedded
* the Canadian documentary: 16X9 - The Bigger Picture ? Wifi in Schools: http://www.youtube.com/safeschool#p/u/3/KN7VetsCR2I

Please seriously and diligently consider my urgent concern for our children.

Thank you.

Kind regards

Colleen Gartz
Tel: 08-94573604
Address: 60 First Avenue, Rossmoyne, WA 6148

Sent: Friday, 1 July 2011 11:47 AM
Subject: Open letter to Rossmoyne Primary School: Wifi and Health

Dear Geoff, Members of the School Council and P&C

We know that there is a possibility and growing evidence to support the view that there is a biological danger from exposure to Wifi radiation. We also know that this danger is greatly increased for children. The possible biological effects of this radiation are: chromosome damage, short-term memory problems, cancers, cardiac risk, sterilisation? to name a few.

While there has been an exponential growth in the past few years of the amount of radiation that surrounds us and is currently beyond our control, it would be very short-sighted to introduce a new source directly into our primary school where our children spend more than 6 hours every day. While the possible benefits of a 1:1 laptop program at Rossmoyne Primary are apparent and have been aggressively marketed, the overall well-being of our children should be of foremost importance. The school has, as yet, not brought this issue to the attention of parents.

The issue is that while current legislation and guidelines for radiation exposure are pointed to, they are inadequate. Policy decisions take time to implement. To quote Dr Magda Havas*, who responded to my email yesterday, 'It takes time for science to be translated into policy and the longer it takes the more harm is done to human health.'

On having closely read the articles distributed by Geoff to assure us of the safety of Wifi (in spite of not having directly addressed the actual health concerns attached to Wifi), I have concluded that they present excellent examples of the kind of pressures and dilemmas that we, as parents, are faced with:

* The ?Wifi health.pdf? is produced by Aruba Networks, whose very business existence is based on selling mobile network services and devices. Need I say more? These companies are concerned simply with compliance to existing exposure limits and maximising their profits and image.

* With regard to Princeton University s Position Statement, it appears that PU is facing increasing concerns by the university community on the safety of their existing Wifi environment. It is in response to these growing concerns that the university has prepared a position paper. I would like to point out that the University of Princeton is in a completely different situation to that of Rossmoyne Primary School: the campus ALREADY has WiFi, and the University is therefore entrenched in the position that they currently hold. Rossmoyne Primary School, on the other hand, is concerned with the question of whether to place our CHILDREN (not adults) INTO a WiFi environment.

I have already given to Geoff, and attach here a list of bans or warnings against Wifi.

I would encourage you all to consider the following resources for starters:

* the Panarama program presented by the BBC available on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuNaDj6VLHw&feature=player_embedded

* the Canadian documentary: 16X9 - The Bigger Picture ? Wifi in Schools: http://www.youtube.com/safeschool#p/u/3/KN7VetsCR2I

* ?Health Issues for Schools:? http://www.wifiinschools.org.uk/8.html

* http://www.weepinitiative.org/

* http://www.safeschool.ca/

There are many, many more resources available.

The school leaders and management stand at a crossroads. They are in a unique position to guide both our school and others in this very important decision.

I will appreciate it if this email can be forwarded to and minuted by the P&C and Members of the School Council.

Thank you.

Colleen Gartz

Sent: Monday, 4 July 2011 11:39 PM
To: 'Geoff Anderson'; 'danielle@clovellyconcepts.com.au'
Subject: Unethical practise?

Dear Geoff and Danielle

In 1990 Australia ratified the ?Convention on the Rights of the Child?.


The Convention ?spells out the basic human rights that children everywhere have: the right to survival; to develop to the fullest; to protection from harmful influences, abuse??

In case you are still unclear as to exactly what the dangers of WiFi are, they can be found in the Declaration of Dr David O. Carpenter, M.D., in the ongoing civil action case between David Morrison (a parent), and Portland Public Schools. This declaration was signed on 1st June 2011. http://www.wirelesswatchblog.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Declaration-of-David-Carpenter.pdf

You can read Dr Carpenter?s qualifications and public health experience in points 1-6 of the Declaration.

Points 7-20 will explain to you in detail exactly what kind of health effects there are.

Declaration of Dr David O. Carpenter, M.D., in an ongoing civil action case

In light of my previous email, the above information, and the fact that parents have not been informed of these very real risks to their children?s health, don t you feel that is it is reasonable to conclude that continuing with the Questionnaire to parents on the 1:1 Laptop program can be considered highly unethical?

Thank you for your consideration.

Kind regards

Colleen Gartz

The human body can be used as an antenna


Using the body as an antenna

Here is the research article for the story:



Informant: Martin Weatherall


Here's a TV story on the 'Hidden Forces' of radiation which aired in Australia a month or so ago & is now on our site. You can see it at http://www.emraustralia.com.au/

'The Force - living safely in a world of electromagnetic pollution' by Lyn McLean ...

... is now available from Amazon Books.

'The Force' provides a comprehensive look at the risks of electromagnetic pollution from powerlines, mobile and cordless phones, base stations, computers and other wireless technologies. It explains what research has found about the effects of these technologies on health, including the symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity. It discusses why international standards are not protecting us, what we can do to protect ourselves and precautions that have been recommended worldwide.

In The Force, Lyn McLean shows us why electropollution is among the most important health issues of our time. She explains how and why we are all at risk and offers practical, easy-to-understand advice for homeowners, parents, and employees wanting to reduce their exposure at home and in the workplace.


A valuable book that details the problem of electromagnetic radiation and what we can do about it. Professor Yuri Grigoriev, Russian National Committee on NonIonizing Radiation Protection

One of the most important books I have read in a long time ... a tour de force that covers an encyclopedic range of topics.? ?

Lloyd Morgan, Environmental Health Trust fellow, brain tumour survivor

An easily readable account ... the personal stories are compelling, and the scientific evidence is presented in a forceful yet understandable manner.? - Dr David Carpenter, Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment

Lyn McLean

Ear-bashing: feeling the heat in a city that forever beeps (The Sydney Morning Herald)


Mobile phones and cordless technology are they safe?

ABC Online

She is a community representative on several government and industry committees and has lobbied for precautions to protect the community against the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation. Robyn Williams: Do you have a mobile phone?...


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