• 15 JUL 09

    #1095: ICNIRP disavows health hazards, gives all-clear to industry

    From Microwave News: The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has released two new reviews: One is a systematic look at RF radiation and health, and the other is on tumor risks from mobile phones. Details at: http://www.microwavenews.com Best, Louis Slesin __________________________________________________________ Louis Slesin, PhD Editor, Microwave News A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation Phone:

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    • 05 OCT 07

    #810: Interphone 2.0 has started!

    From Louis Slesin: The Interphone study on cell phones and brain tumors is not yet finished, but IARC has started a second major epidemiological study. Call it Interphone 2.0. This new project addresses brain tumors and occupational exposures to EMFs and chemicals –and this time the U.S. is participating. Read the complete story at: http://www.microwavenews.com

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    • 18 AUG 07

    #784: High-voltage health alarm raised in Tasmania

    The following local newspaper article is about the study mentioned in message #753: “New Australian transmission line study & risk of cancer” (June 27). It took the paper about 6 weeks to get around to reporting on it but when they did it is the feature article on page 1. The next big news will

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    • 10 APR 07

    #696: Threat of health survey scares off Telco

    From Richard Branhall via D Ward: Mobile phone mast scuppered by £200 Citizen Epidemiology survey Local Council votes Orange out three times; Orange not to appeal. Orange has withdrawn its application to install a mobile phone transmitter in the tower of St. Michael’s church in Aberystwyth, Wales, UK. This unexpected development comes immediately after Green

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    • 21 NOV 06

    #593: European Commission report opn EMR health effects

    The weblog version of this message is at: #593: European Commission report opn EMR health effects The European Commission has released it’s report on the effects of electromagnetic fields on health, it includes the following projects: the Advice pulsed fields project the Reflex project The Ramp2001 project the Perform-A project the Cemfec project the Guard

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    • 21 SEP 06

    #555: Non-thermal bio-effects found in study of Lookout Mountain residents

    The weblog version of this message is at: #555: Non-thermal bio-effects found in study of Lookout Mountain residents From Martin Weatherall: PRESS RELEASE September 20, 2006 For More Information Contact: Deb Carney, Attorney for CARE (Canyon Area residents for the Environment) deb@carneylaw.net 303-526-0214 or Laura Elliott, CARE Press Relations lauraelliott1@earthlink.net 303-526-2842 BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS FROM INCREASED

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    • 12 AUG 06

    #537: Lloyd Morgan’s commentary on the RMIT Final Report

    The weblog version of this message is at: #537: Lloyd Morgan’s commentary on the RMIT Final Report From Lloyd Morgan: Hi Don, I have attached my commentary on the Final Report of the RMIT Cancer Cancers. Please use the usual caveats re my association with the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States to

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    • 03 AUG 06

    #532: Milham comments on RMIT Final Report

    The weblog version of this message is at: #532: Milham comments on RMIT Final Report From Sam Milham: Dear Don, I smell a rodent. There were 4 brain cancers in the workers in floors 16-17, while according to appendix table 3, 0.29 cases would have been expected. This a significant excess using a poisson test.

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    • 03 AUG 06

    #531: RMIT: An incestous peer review?

    The weblog version of this message is at: https://www.emfacts.com/weblog/index.php?p=531 I was asked this morning why I am not happy with the peer review that examined the primary RMIT reports and the SRMA risk assessment. See: http://mams.rmit.edu.au/g60adi0a81r3.pdf My concerns here is that the reviewers are all Melbourne based academics appointed to the panel with the approval

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