Claims to have received gliomas from the police radio network

The Institute believes that the new radio network is not harmful. Policeman Roger Carl Williams, who has used the Internet for many years, believes the use of the radio network gave him brain tumors.

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Martin Herman Wiedswang Zondag Martin.H.W.Zondag@nrk.no

In a new extensive report released this week did not find NIPH any evidence to say that radiation from the new radio network [TETRA] is harmful.

- Public Safety Network does not provide anything more or different radiation than cell phones and similar things. So there is nothing to indicate that this is dangerous. We have no reason to say it, said Jan Alexander, Deputy Director of Public Health to NRK that the report was presented Thursday.

- How certain are you of this?

- We are quite confident when it comes TETRA network. As certain as we can be, says Alexander.

Read the full report here .

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- Got sick of the radio network

It s not all necessarily endorse the Institute s conclusion. Roger Carlström had surgery for a brain tumor 29 December. He is the daily operational uteleder Trelleborg police in Skåne, and has used RAKEL, as the Swedes call their TETRA system since it was introduced in 2007.

Carlström is no doubt that his illness caused by RAKEL over a longer period.

- I began to notice that something was wrong almost immediately after I started using it. I was kjemperød and warm in the face and cheeks. The more radio traffic there was, I became redder. I turned it off, I did not notice anything, says Carlström NRK.

The sick leave policeman says that he had big problems with sleep and be awake for days on end.

- Not even for night shifts, I sleep. I got discharged sleep medication, but it did not help. The only thing that helped was that I was away from Rakel. Then disappeared sleep problems and head problems, says Carlström.

- Not quite unjustified

NRK has been in contact with researchers at Lund University, who has researched eletromagnetisk radiation from mobile phones and GSM networks. Leif G. Salford, professor of neurosurgery, the use of cell phone calls ''the world's largest biological experiment.''

- In 2000, only one-fourth human cell phone. Today in five of the seven billion. In 2000, there were control materials. Today, when everyone is reached, either by mobile phone radiation from base stations, there is really no control to control up to longer, says Salford.

Along with Bertil Persson, professor of medical radiation physics, he studied how rat brains affected by electromagnetic radiation.

The research showed that among radiation caused leaks in the rats' brains. Scientists believe the rats' brains are so similar that human performance can be transmitted.

Persson sees no reason to dismiss that Carlströms disease may be caused by use of the emergency network.

- It is not entirely unfounded, since Rakel is based on digital modulation technique that has in the areas it has been found that has the most significant biological effects.

Read Salford and Persson s report here.

- Absolutely terrible

In England, police in Lancashire have gone to court after allegedly receiving health problems after using the emergency network.

Before Christmas last year topped problems for the police officer on sick leave in Sweden. Carlström had felt worse and worse for several days, until he suddenly became acutely ill.

- I thought I had had a stroke. When I spoke, it was sloppy, and the entire left side of his face drooped.

Carlström went to the hospital, it was X-rayed. There it was found that the police officer had a large tumor on the right side of the brain.

- The doctor said that the tumor had grown to over several years. I am convinced that the tumor has come as a result of using RAKEL.

- What do you think about this

- It is absolutely terrible. Especially after I have put myself into prehistory that Rakel was introduced. Ever since the beginning there has been considerable uncertainty about the long-term neurological and biological effects on the body.

Carlström says he has been approached by colleagues throughout Sweden, that indicate trouble for the use of the network. His colleagues say they have problems with sleep and concentration, and headaches.

He felt better after surgery, but is basically sick to November.

- No one has been as sick as me, but I think it is only a matter of time, says Carlström.


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Informant: Martin Weatherall



Keeping it away from the body, while safer vs thermal effects, appears to be worse for the blood-brain-barrier.
I only use a flip phone with an Air Tube to touch base with my wife when I?m on the road
- and very briefly because a car is a pretty good Faraday cage, reducing reception quality and thus increases my phone?s emissions.

André Fauteux, Editor/Publisher


Since Allan Frey, whose work is also highlighted here, discovered in 1975 that microwave radiation causes the blood-brain barrier to leak, at least a dozen laboratories throughout the world have corroborated this effect. Currently the most active research of this kind is being done at Lund University in Sweden.

Dr. Leif Salford is a neurosurgeon at Lund University Hospital, and Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery. Since 1988 he has led a team of researchers that have exposed thousands of laboratory rats to microwave radiation from various sources. Since the late 1990s they have used mobile telephones as the source of this radiation.

Their results have been consistent and alarming: not only does radiation from a cell phone damage the blood-brain barrier, but it does so at even when the exposure level is reduced a thousandfold. Even more disturbingly, and contrary to what was expected, the damage to the blood-brain barrier worsened when the experimenters reduced the exposure level. The implies that SAR ratings for cell phones may be worthless and that it may not be possible to make cell phones safer by reducing their power.

In laboratory rats, Salford?s team has demonstrated that blood-brain barrier leakage occurs after only two minutes of exposure. Further, a single two-hour exposure to a cell phone, even at reduced power, was shown to damage or destroy up to two percent of an animal?s brain cells.

Dr. Leif SalfordIn other experiments in Salford?s laboratory, long term exposure of rats to a cell phone caused memory impairment, and a single six-hour exposure at extremely low power levels caused genetic damage. Exposure to a low-frequency magnetic field (low frequencies are also emitted by cell phones) caused disturbances of calcium transport in cells.

Salford has called the use of cell phones by human beings ?the largest biological experiment ever,? and he calls the potential implications of his laboratory results ?terrifying.? ?Those who might normally have got Alzheimer?s dementia in old age could get it much earlier,? he said. ?Perhaps putting a mobile phone repeatedly to your head is something that might not be good in the long term.?

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