New paper in Environmental Pollution, published online November 28, 2016: “When theory and observation collide: Can non-ionizing radiation cause cancer?”
by Magda Havas
November 29, 2016: The Missing Link: Why your government isn’t protecting you from mobile phones and Wi-Fi when research shows this radiation causes cancer.
The American scientific journal, Environmental Pollution, reports in its next issue that government safety guidelines for microwave radiation emitted by mobile phones, Wi-Fi, smart meters, and other common wireless devices, are fundamentally flawed and fail to protect the public from this possible carcinogen.
This paper presents a highly probable mechanism that involves an increase in free-radicals, which–in turn–explains the increased risk of cancers documented in epidemiological studies that are associated with environmental exposure to RFR and ELF EMFs at levels well below international guidelines.
• There is sufficient scientific evidence of cellular damage caused by non-ionizing radiation (NIR) well below thermal guidelines.
• Applying the ionization model to NIR is inappropriate as mechanisms of biological interactions differ.
• Free radicals can and do cause cancer and NIR can and does increase free-radicals.
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