Betreff: Blood disorders...HVTL's...Australia...June 2007....
Von: JCMPelican
Datum: Wed, 6 Jun 2007 14:50:02 EDT

The forwarded study from Australia re high voltage transmission lines (2007) supports immune deficiencies that fall into the category of lymphoproliferative disorders (LPD) or myeloproliferative disorders (MPD) and the link to low level EMF/EMR exposures in my two grandsons as well as my guinea pigs.
These findings, when one digs deeper to identify certain aspects of white blood cell changes/differentiation, allow for comparison of levels of hypersegmented neutrophils (slowed DNA synthesis), lymphocytosis and neutropenia, all of which are "markers for irradiation" and well-known to be associated with adverse effects of undergoing radiation treatments for cancer. 
You have agreed studies regarding factors mentioned above, in addition to findings re histamine, chymase and more are extremely important and have not gone forward due to lack of funding.  Obviously the blatant disregard,  or deliberate avoidance,  on the part of the media does not help support funding for the sort of studies that will, provide conclusive proof that close, chronic, prolonged exposures, particularly as such findings apply to children three years of age and younger (ages of most childhood Leukaemia patients).
The review out of Dresden re cells, tissues and organs re EMF effects on cells -- details below HVTL study info out of Australia  -- is very lengthy and offers explanations that apply to my guinea pig, Kelley, who developed osteomyelitis and then improved when exposure was reduced, along with a multitude of other cellular effects and explanations re mechanisms.    Kelley was suffering "a myeleoproliferative disorder" and as most know, she did get well and go on to live a healthy life for another two plus years in reduced EMF's in our basement (except for the sewerpipe with higher than ambient magnetic fields from the HVTL's that I didn't know about).   I have discovered recently (as you know), that resin-coating on the plastic pipe may be explanation for the increase in the magnetic field).   Since Kelley died from "Reactive Renal Amyloidosis," (a rare TSE-like disease involving protein misfolding -- and "amyloid accumulation"), the need to replicate close, chronic, prolonged exposures can not be overemphasized!!!
On your behalf, Olle, so you can "help save the children," I am once again making a plea for funding for the sort of "specific, definitive studies" you have agreed to do numerous times.  As we know, in reality, the studies themselves depend upon backing from an organization such as Children With Leukaemia in London, who are in an excellent position to provide the sort of publicity required to get the results released to the public in a way that will bring proper attention to parents and prospective parents around-the-world.
What IF those children who are being reported as being in the 5-fold increased risk numbers were also sleeping next to electrical items such as infant monitors, cordless phones, electric clocks or fans close to the bed (bad wires, pipes near beds, appliances or electric or gas meters on other side of bedroom walls, etc. etc. -- the list goes on.......)?    I read lately that more and more persons take their children to bed with them.   The children may have only one of those items close to a crib such as a monitor but in the parentx room, may be sleeping close to electric clocks, transformere boxes for cordless phones and all of the other things I mentioned plus more.      I will be reporting on just such a case re "multiple beds" later this week.
Studies re "distance from electrical and telephone equipment" will provide "the missing link" to epidemiological studies such as the new study out of Australia re lymphoproliferative and myeleoproliferative disorders.    As you also agree, the details re close, chronic EMF/EMR exposures are extremely important in order to help make realistic determinations regarding safer distances from not only high voltage powerlines but also, from cellular antennae, radio towers and WiFi sources. 
New findings re the link between autism (other neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimers and Parkinsons also) and low levels of melatonin, combined with the sort of studies you are anxiously waiting to do, are also opening-the-door to the realities of the need for everyone to reduce bedside exposures in order to have maximum natural melatonin protection.  
I have reported many times that I have documented improvement in my husband, Bud -- (previously said to have Alzheimers) -- reduction or actual disappearance re agitation and improvements in cognitive function that I attribute to "good, healthy sleep" as result of moving his electric clock radio off his nightstand and starting him on melatonin.    Considering the large numbers of persons -- primarily children, who are being diagnosed with autism-like disorders as well as increasing numbers of early onset Alzheimers, any charity or organization who can get behind funding you for the specific studies I have mentioned, will be making an invaluable contribution toward "literally saving society.......!!!!" 
Best wishes to all for a better future!!!!     Joanne
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 Residential exposure to electric power transmission lines
> and risk of lymphoproliferative and myeloproliferative disorders: a
> case-control study
> Lowenthal RM, Tuck DM, Bray IC.
> School of Medicine, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.
> Intern Med J. 2007 Jun 2
> Background: Studies have shown an association between electromagnetic fields
> and childhood leukaemia. The aim of this study was to determine whether
> there is an increased risk of lymphoproliferative disorders (LPD) or
> myeloproliferative disorders (MPD) associated with residence </=300 m from
> high-voltage power lines.
> Methods: Case-control study of 854 patients diagnosed with LPD or MPD
> (including leukaemia, lymphoma and related conditions) aged 0-94 years
> comprising all cases diagnosed in Tasmania between 1972 and 1980. Controls
> were individually matched for sex and approximate age at the time of
> diagnosis.
> Results: Compared with those who had always lived >300 m from a power line,
> those who had ever lived within 50 m had an odds ratio (OR) of 2.06 (95%
> confidence interval 0.87-4.91) for developing LPD or MPD (based on 768 adult
> case-control pairs); those who had lived between 50 and 300 m had an OR of
> 1.30 (0.88-1.91). Adults who had lived within 300 m of a power line during
> the first 15 years of life had a threefold increase in risk (OR 3.23;
> 1.26-8.29); those who had lived within the same distance aged 0-5 years had
> a fivefold increase in risk (OR 4.74; 0.98-22.9). These associations were
> strengthened when analyses were repeated for 201 pairs with entirely
> Tasmanian residential histories. Conclusion: Although recognizing that this
> study has limitations, the results raise the possibility that prolonged
> residence close to high-voltage power lines, especially early in life, may
> increase the risk of the development of MPD and LPD later.
> PMID: 17543004 [PubMed - as supplied by published>
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Cells Tissues Organs 2006;182:59–78
DOI: 10.1159/000093061
Effects of Electromagnetic Fields on Cells:
Physiological and Therapeutical Approaches
and Molecular Mechanisms of Interaction
A Review
Richard H.W. Funk Thomas K. Monsees
Department of Anatomy, University of Technology, Dresden, Germany