• 26 NOV 05
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    Breast Cancer, Tamoxifen and EMFs (Part 1)

    Note: I have added a new category to this list ” Breast cancer and EMFs”. The following is the first listing in that category.

    From Microwave News:

    Dear Colleagues:

    How often have you been told that there are no biological effects of weak EMFs that can be replicated in more than one lab?

    Like much of what you hear about EMFs, this is propaganda that seeks to cut off further research.

    In past commentaries, we have described how WHO and industry officials refuse to acknowledge that EMFs can cause DNA breaks. Here is another example:

    German researchers recently reported that a 12mG magnetic field could neutralize the ability of tamoxifen to inhibit the proliferation of breast cancer cells. This is the seventh group to find this particular type of low-level EMF effect.

    Take a look at our latest commentary and you will learn what happens to those who dare challenge the orthodoxy. It is not a pretty picture.

    The EMF-tamoxifen work has potential implications for women being treated for breast cancer. Please pass this message on to your friends and associates. The only way that EMF research will be allowed to resume in the U.S. and in Japan is if the public demands it.

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    Louis Slesin

    Louis Slesin, PhD
    Editor, Microwave News
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