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lunedì 20 marzo 2017

Domenica 26 Marzo “Sesto Calende Città della Salute”


Carissimi,siamo stati invitati come Associazione Italiana Elettrosensibili all'evento Sesto Calende  città della salute, domenica 26 marzo. Sarà un'intera giornata dedicata a tematiche inerenti l'ambito della salute (entra nel sito www.lacittainsalute.it e clicca sulla 4a pagina sotto nella barra). Avremo spazio per una relazione dedicata all'elettrosensibilità ( sala consiliare del comune ore 15:45, Paolo Orio e Nunzia Difonte) + Gazebo in una piazza della città che presidieremo con Sergio Crippa, Ilaria ed altri elettrosensibili che vorranno aggiungersi.

Inutile ribadire che è un'importante occasione per far conoscere la nostra realtà ai più.
Il giornale la Provincia dedicherà un'intero inserto all'iniziativa domani..

domenica 19 marzo 2017

altro articolo di promozione del LiFi

nella rivista inglese  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4324694/End-wifi-woes-Infrared-100-times-faster.html   si riparla  delle possibilità offerta da questa tecnologia che potrebbe sbaragliare il Wifi:  è basata su frequenze molto più 'alte' ovvero nell'area dell'infrarosso, frequenze pari a THz.

C'è anche un video che spiega come si può trasmettere in un contesto di ufficio dati con una velocità molto più alta ed una sicurezza (DEI DATI) MIGLIORE DEL WIFI.



CI si pone il quesito sulla sicurezza per il nostro organismo.
Ancora una volta, si sta continuando nella storia del genere umano ad introdurre  nuove tecnologie per verificare, dopo, se fanno male.

California: il Giudice impone al governo di rendere pubbliche le valutazioni sul rischio radiofrequenze

Interessante vertenza che ha visto come attore l'ottimo ricercatore e giornalista Joel Moskowitz che ha richiesto la pubblicizzazione di uno studio fatto dal Environmental Health Investigations  ovvero dalla struttura governativa dello Stato della California preposta alle indagini ambientali, che - secondo informazioni acquisite - riportano forti preoccupazioni.

A fronte di dinieghi ricevuti da parte del governo statale, Moskowitz ha denunciato lo Stato della California ed Il Giudice della Corte Suprema ha imposto la pubblicizzazione.

Moskowitz  riporta le motivazioni che i  rappresentanti di questo ente hanno addotto per non ufficializzare:  
per non creare caos e preoccupazione alla pubblica opinione !!! 

vedere

http://www.saferemr.com/2017/03/cell-phone-safety-guidance-from.html  



Pubblicazioni scientifiche e qualità della ricerca

Interessante altro lavoro scientifico impostato per cercare di 'fare ordine' tra i tanti lavori di ricerca su EMF e salute.
Hanno selezionato da banche dati letteratura scientifica  22 studi epidemiologici per farne una meta-analisi.

Le conclusioni di ogni singolo articolo è stato correlato con la qualità metodologica adottata, chi era il finanziatore della ricerca, ...
Ad es. 14 lavori hanno riportato nessun incremento del rischio, ma quelli in cui evidenziavano un uso maggiore di 10 anni del telefono cellulare, l'indice del rischio diventava significativo.
Lavori valutati di bassa qualità metodologica concludevano con messaggi di nessun rischio ...


Gli autori concludono che le pubblicazioni più qualificate che hanno studiato i casi di tumori legati ad un uso più prolungato di 10 anni del telefono cellulare, confermano questa chiara relazione causale.




Mobile phone use and risk of brain tumours: a systematic review of association between study quality, source of funding, and research outcomes

Prasad M, Kathuria P, Nair P, Kumar A, Prasad K. Mobile phone use and risk of brain tumours: a systematic review of association between study quality, source of funding, and research outcomes. Neurol Sci. 2017 Feb 17. doi: 10.1007/s10072-017-2850-8. [Epub ahead of print]

Abstract

Mobile phones emit electromagnetic radiations that are classified as possibly carcinogenic to humans. Evidence for increased risk for brain tumours accumulated in parallel by epidemiologic investigations remains controversial. This paper aims to investigate whether methodological quality of studies and source of funding can explain the variation in results. PubMed and Cochrane CENTRAL searches were conducted from 1966 to December 2016, which was supplemented with relevant articles identified in the references. Twenty-two case control studies were included for systematic review. Meta-analysis of 14 case-control studies showed practically no increase in risk of brain tumour [OR 1.03 (95% CI 0.92-1.14)]. However, for mobile phone use of 10 years or longer (or >1640 h), the overall result of the meta-analysis showed a significant 1.33 times increase in risk. The summary estimate of government funded as well as phone industry funded studies showed 1.07 times increase in odds which was not significant, while mixed funded studies did not show any increase in risk of brain tumour. Metaregression analysis indicated that the association was significantly associated with methodological study quality (p < 0.019, 95% CI 0.009-0.09). Relationship between source of funding and log OR for each study was not statistically significant (p < 0.32, 95% CI 0.036-0.010). We found evidence linking mobile phone use and risk of brain tumours especially in long-term users (≥10 years). Studies with higher quality showed a trend towards high risk of brain tumour, while lower quality showed a trend towards lower risk/protection.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28213724

Altra meta-analisi su cancro alla testa


In questo recentissimo lavoro tre ricercatori hanno studiato lavori epidemiologici più recenti rispetto alla ultima meta-analisi del 2009, adottando criteri selettivi per considerare solo lavori qualificati e ben documentati.
24 studi sono stati presi in considerazione con 27.000 ca casi e 50.000 controlli.

Le conclusioni sono impressionanti:  
- c'è una relazione causale tra uso di cellulare per più di 10 anni e tumore intracraniale
- un uso sistematico per più i 1640 ore porta ad un incremento del rischio di 2,5 volte per il neuroma
- altra correlazione con la età di inizio utilizzo sistematico con i tumori : addirittura arrivano a dimostrare che cominciare ad utilizzare il cellulare prima dei 20 anni dà una probabilità 4 volte superiore di avere il glioma (un tipo di cancro)



Mobile phone use and risk for intracranial tumors and salivary gland tumors - A meta-analysis

Bortkiewicz A, Gadzicka E, Szymczak W. Mobile phone use and risk for intracranial tumors and salivary gland tumors - A meta-analysis. Int J Occup Med Environ Health. 2017 Feb 21;30(1):27-43. doi: 10.13075/ijomeh.1896.00802. Epub 2017 Feb 13.

Abstract

Results of epidemiological studies on the association between use of mobile phone and brain cancer are ambiguous, as well as the results of 5 meta-analysis studies published to date. Since the last meta-analysis (2009), new case-control studies have been published, which theoretically could affect the conclusions on this relationship. Therefore, we decided to perform a new meta-analysis. We conducted a systematic review of multiple electronic data bases for relevant publications. The inclusion criteria were: original papers, case-control studies, published till the end of March 2014, measures of association (point estimates as odds ratio and confidence interval of the effect measured), data on individual exposure. Twenty four studies (26 846 cases, 50 013 controls) were included into the meta-analysis. A significantly higher risk of an intracranial tumor (all types) was noted for the period of mobile phone use over 10 years (odds ratio (OR) = 1.324, 95% confidence interval (CI): 1.028-1.704), and for the ipsilateral location (OR = 1.249, 95% CI: 1.022-1.526). The results support the hypothesis that long-term use of mobile phone increases risk of intracranial tumors, especially in the case of ipsilateral exposure. Further studies are needed to confirm this relationship.
Excerpts

The results obtained in the random effects model indicated that there was a significant relationship between mobile phone use for longer than 10 years and the risk of intracranial tumors (OR = 1.46, 95% CI: 1.07–1.98).

Because OR is significantly greater than 1 (OR = 1.25, 95% CI: 1.04–1.52), we can conclude that there is a significant relationship between the time from the first regular use of mobile phone of 10 years or more and the risk of intracranial tumors.

Since OR is greater than 1 (OR = 1.29, 95% CI: 1.06–1.57), there is a significant relationship between ipsilateral use of mobile phone and the risk of intracranial tumor.

We found a significant relationship between:
–– all intracranial tumors and all phone types; ipsilateral exposure;
–– all intracranial tumors and all phone types, when the time of mobile phone use was not shorter than 10 years;
–– all intracranial tumors and all phone types when the time from the first regular use of mobile phone was 10 years or more.

We are not able to compare our results with reference to different kinds of intracranial tumors (glioma, meningioma, acoustic neuroma) in relation to time of using mobile phones. A reliable analysis was not feasible because, in our opinion, the number of original works is too small.

Conclusions
Our results support
the hypothesis that long-term (over 10 years) use of mobile phones increases the risk of intracranial tumors, especially in the case of ipsilateral exposure. The same conclusions are valid for the work by Davis et al. (2013) [45], who reviewed papers on the association between the use of wireless (mobile and cordless) phones and intracranial tumors. Those authors stress that the risk of tumors in people who have used the phone for periods longer than 10 years is significantly elevated. In people who had started using the phone on a regular basis before they were 20 years old, the risk of ipsilateral glioma was found to be fourfold higher. Hardell et al. (2013) [46] stress the significance of the “lifetime exposure dose.” For an exposure of ≥ 1640 h, the risk of ipsilateral acoustic neuroma is 2.55 (95% CI: 1.5–4.4). 

These results are in concordance with the conclusion of the expert panel for the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), that cell phones are possibly carcinogenic (Group 2B) [47]. More research is needed to confirm that electromagnetic fields emitted by mobile phones are carcinogenic to humans.

Open Access Paper: http://bit.ly/2m8Amwt

sabato 18 marzo 2017

Ho partecipato a un convegno a FG, presso l' Aula Magna Giurisprudenza,
in cui era ospite il presidente dell' ANM, dr. P.C. Davigo, al quale ho
espresso tutte le mie rimostranze sulle vicende antenne: trentennali
archiviazioni della magistratura, falsi rapporti dei pubblici ufficiali, uso di
energia elettrica in assenza di concessione edilizia e prestito della
stessa ad altre emittenti, mai indagati dalla magistratura. Antenna
militare abusiva dal 1971, allacciata ad un altro traliccio da cui trae
energia ed evasori della tassa ICI/IMU, di cui volevo parlare in maniera
riservata col Procuratore, non sono stato né ricevuto né è stato aperto un
fascicolo, per cui ho interessato la Procura Generale a Bari per la
settima volta, il Ministero della Giustizia e il CSM:
Dopo 25 anni, dissi ancora, i carabinieri hanno dichiarato di essere
incompetenti, e se la magistratura non li ha perseguiti, vuol dire che
anch'essa è controllata, esposta a pressioni.
Quando gli chiesi un appuntamento per riferirgli più dettagliatamente e mostrargli i documenti affinché mi desse un parere su come risolvere questa situazione
scandalosa mi ha risposto, alla presenza del pubblico numeroso, di
rivolgermi al suo successore, tale era l'imbarazzo che il suo volto
mostrava non sapendo cosa rispondermi.

lunedì 13 marzo 2017

Associazione di consumatori Romeni lancia campagna di informazione su CEM

Giunge sulla stampa internazionale  notizie su una campagna nazionale lanciata da una associazione di consumatori di questa Nazione sul pericolo che può derivare dalle radiofrequenze.

Vedere articolo in romeno 

Particolare attenzione è posta alla salute dei bambini, con i reconti scientifici e le prese di posizioni di associazioni, enti e governi.

Aggiungono istruzioni per ridurre l'impatto.


ma un iPhone consuma più di un frigorifero ...! alla faccia dell'ambiente !!!

Sta suscitando scalpore un articolo pubblicato dal ... niente popodimenoche dal Time (vedere qui)
che informa la pubblica opinione sul forte aumento dei consumi energetici legati alla telefonia mobile.

Considerazioni forse ovvie:
se i governanti pensano che la tecnologia wireless darà un beneficio per l'impatto ambientale del ns ecosistema si sono persi il dettaglio che in realtà l'industria per produrre ed l'uso dei dispositivi wireless (come i telefonini: smartphone) , consumano più di qualsiasi altro tipo di industria del pianeta!    
Un iPhone medio consuma più energia di un moderno frigorifero.





martedì 7 marzo 2017

Cipro: decreto ministeriale, no al wifi nelle scuole

vedere qui l'articolo 

Il ministro Cipriota per la educazione e la cultura ha emanato un decreto, il 31.1.2017, con carattere di urgenza rivolto ai dirigenti di asili e della scuola primaria, indicando specifiche misure di eliminazione o minimizzazione della esposizione dei bambini alle radiazioni wireless.





Teton Village, WY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2017 -- The Cyprus Minister of Education and Culture issued a Decree on January 31, 2017, marked "urgent" to all Directors of Kindergartens and Primary Schools, with specific measures to eliminate and minimize wireless radiation exposure to children in schools. "We have taken the decision to have the wireless network Wi-Fi disabled in all Public kindergartens in Cyprus," reads the Decree. Wireless is to be removed from all Cyprus kindergartens, and wireless installations have been halted in elementary schools and limited to administrative offices. 

"The Ministry of Education does not intend to proceed with the installation of wireless points and Wi-Fi access classrooms in elementary schools."

The Decree reminds teachers that wired internet is already available in all classrooms if the internet is needed for educational purposes. Wireless is only to be used, if needed, in the administrative areas of elementary schools, and wireless is not to be used in the classrooms. 

However, if the use of Wi-Fi is deemed necessary for a specific educational program, the Decree stipulates that, "necessary measures to protect children should be taken, and wireless access points should remain inactive when not in use for teaching purposes." Furthermore, "the consent of parents should be ensured in advance." The Decree instructs the School Directors to assure parental consent and send a letter to the parents of children who will participate in programs involving wireless technology - informing the parents of the reason and duration of Wi-Fi usage. 

Alongside their other campaigns about tobacco smoke and toxic chemicals, The Cyprus National Committee on Environment and Child Health initiated a nationwide campaign several years ago to raise awareness about cell phone and wireless radiation exposures to children. The multimedia public awareness campaign was lauded at an international conference on Wireless and Health held at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies at Hebrew University in January of 2017, and organized in cooperation with the U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and Environmental Health Trust (EHT).

Dr. Stella Michaelidou, President of the National Committee on Environment and Child Health shared public service video announcements and brochures about children and pregnancy at the conference. "This Committee has developed tools that are a model for other countries to follow," stated Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, of the Environmental Health Trust at the conference. 

Several countries already have health policies in place to reduce school children's exposure to wireless. Cypress now joins France, Brazil, Ghent in Belgium, and Israel in banning wireless in kindergarten classrooms and enacting strong measures to minimize wireless exposures in elementary schools. France passed comprehensive new legislation in 2015 and has developed tools to inform the public about how to reduce exposure, similar to the efforts underway in Cyprus. Canada's Standing Committee on Health of the House of Commons also issued a report recommending a public education campaign. 

In the United States, the Maryland State Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council recently issued a Report advising the Department of Education to recommend all school districts in the State of Maryland install wired—rather than wireless—internet connections for classrooms. This action represents the first action of a state advisory body to issue guidance on wireless exposures. In Massachusetts and Oregon, several Bills have been proposed to address the health issues posed by electromagnetic radiation in schools and raised by consumers, researchers and medical professionals as concerns about school wireless exposures gains momentum in the United States. 

About Environmental Health Trust
Environmental Health Trust is a 501 C 3 registered public charity with the Internal Revenue Service that is the only non-profit in the world that is both conducting cutting-edge basic and epidemiological research and working with policy makers, physicians, teachers and parents to educate and motivate preventive public health strategies. 

venerdì 3 marzo 2017

Lo stato USA del Maryland emette una raccomandazione di riduzione del wifi in protezione dei bambini




http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/first-state-in-the-nation-maryland-state-advisory-council-recommends-reducing-school-wireless-to-protect-children-777904.htm

Dopo rilettura della crescente evidenza di rischi per la salute legati alle radiazioni senza fili, il Comitato Statale dello stato del Maryland di tutela e protezione della salute dei bambini e dell'ambiente ha mandato un raccomandazione al dipartimento per la educazione di richiedere alle scuole di ridurre la esposizione dei bambini al wifi in aula puntando allo utilizzo della connessione cablata.




After reviewing new and growing evidence on health risks of wireless radiation, the Maryland State Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council (CEHPAC) issued a Report advising the Department of Education to recommend local school districts reduce classroom wireless radiation exposures by providing wired-rather than wireless-internet connections. CEHPAC's health experts include Governor appointed pediatricians, Maryland State House/Senate appointees and representatives of the Department of Education and Department of Health. Theodora Scarato, MSW, of the Environmental Health Trust, first brought the issue to the Council's attention three years ago, in February of 2014. The Council cited the recent US National Toxicology Program (NTP) findings of increased rates of rare malignant cancers in animals, as well as children's unique vulnerability to the radiation in their recommendations to minimize exposure. 

Several countries, such as France, Israel and Cyprus, already have protective measures minimizing school wireless radiation exposures as national policy. However, CEHPAC's action to issue recommendations to reduce classroom wireless exposures is the first of its kind by an expert state body in the United States. 

The Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council recommends:

1. "The Maryland State Department of Education should recommend that local school systems consider using wired devices" "WiFi can be turned off" and instead "a wired local area network (LAN) can provide a reliable and secure form of networking...without any microwave electromagnetic field exposure."

2. New construction and renovations: "If a new classroom is to be built, or electrical work is to be carried out in an existing classroom, network cables can be added at the same time, providing wired (not wireless) network access with minimal extra cost and time." 

3. The Maryland State Department of Education should recommend that local school systems use strategies to minimize exposures: "Have children place devices on desks to serve as barrier between the device and children's bodies; Locate laptops in the classroom in a way that keeps pupil heads as far away from the laptop screens (where the antennas are) as practicable; Consider using screens designed to reduce eyestrain; Consider using a switch to shut down the router when it is not in use."

4. "The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene should provide suggestions to the public on ways to reduce exposure: Sit away from WiFi routers, especially when people are using it to access the internet. Turn off the wireless on your laptop when you are not using it. Turn off WiFi on smartphones and tablets when not surfing the web. Switch tablets to airplane mode to play games or watch videos stored on the device."

5. "The General Assembly should consider funding education and research on electromagnetic radiation and health as schools add WiFi to classrooms."

6. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene should "ask the United States Department of Health and Human Services to formally petition the FCC to revisit the exposure limit to ensure it is protective of children's health and that it relies on current science."

7. The Report should be shared with the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Federal Communications Commission, Maryland State Department of Education and Maryland General Assembly. 

"While this report focused on WiFi radiation in schools, there are additional concerns about mobile phones and cell phone towers. CEHPAC plans to look at these broader issues over the next year," the CEHPAC Council Report states. 

"Our children's healthy future rests on the responsible actions of today," stated Scarato. "21st century learning should include 21st century science," Scarato pointed to research that found wireless alters brain development in addition to increasing cancer. "Corded non-wireless connections in school are an important part of a safe and healthy school environment, respecting not only our children but also the teachers and staff." 

Referring to the fact that US wireless public exposure limits were set in 1996, without testing for long term safety, the CEHPAC Council Report also stated that, "decades-old standards need updating in light of new science." Such statements are in line with the American Academy of Pediatrics, which has also called for a regulatory review and states that children's brains are less mature and can absorb proportionately twice the wireless radiation as an adult because of children's thinner skulls that contain more fluid. 

"If you plan to watch a movie on your device, first download it, then switch to airplane mode while you watch in order to avoid unnecessary radiation exposure," recommends the American Academy of Pediatrics as part of its "Ten Tips on Cell Phone Radiation." 

In response to the 2016 NTP study findings of a cancer link, the American Academy of Pediatrics, Consumer Reports, Obstetricians and several Medical Associations issued recommendations to reduce cell phone and wireless exposures to children. The American Academy of Pediatrics has also repeatedly called on the United States government to strengthen wireless exposure regulations to protect children and pregnant women.

The Council heard testimony from health organizations and from parents who reside in multiple counties in the State of Maryland, including Montgomery County, Prince Georges County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County and Howard County. The Council also received hundreds of pages of expert scientific material and comments prior to the final Report, which the Council has posted on their website. 

"Parents have a right to know if there is an environmental hazard in the classroom and actions that can be taken to reduce exposure. The stakes are so high for our children, yet we are way behind what has been happening around the world. Over 20 countries have taken steps and in some cases passed legislation to protect their youngest and most vulnerable citizens and it is time we do the same for ours," stated Montgomery County parent Laura Simon, pointing to countries like France, Cyprus and Israel. 

"I was shocked to learn no government health agency had reviewed the issue from a health and safety standpoint considering how fast WiFi was being installed in schools across the State." Scarato described the process of how she brought the health issue of children's exposures to wireless in schools to Maryland State agencies almost three years ago, by first writing letters of concern about the school radiation exposures.

Dr. Sharfstein, then Secretary of the Maryland Department of Health, initially responded to Scarato's concern by stating, "It is fair to say there are legitimate questions about the long-term health implications of microwave radiation" and that the Department of Health "would be interested in the advice and counsel of groups such as the Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council." 

Scarato pointed out that the Education Department representative on the Council voted in favor of the CEHPAC recommendations to reduce wireless exposures. The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) also had responded to Scarato's initial concerns by referring her to CEHPAC, which "exists for the purpose of identifying environmental hazards that may affect children's health and recommending solutions to those hazards." 

Medical researchers are pointing to an array of psychological, emotional and physiological health issues screens pose to children at the same time that schools are integrating wireless networks and one to one device initiatives into classrooms.

In 2017, Maryland lawmakers heard testimony on Bill HB866, a first in the nation bill to create uniform screen safety guidelines for screen use in public schools "to protect children from the documented health hazards posed by daily use of digital devices." In response to wireless radiation health concerns, many schools worldwide are replacing wireless systems with wired systems, and limiting time children spend on screens. 

LINKS

WiFi Radiation in Schools in Maryland: Final Report of the Maryland Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council
http://phpa.dhmh.maryland.gov/OEHFP/EH/Shared%20Documents/CEHPAC/MD_CEHPAC_SchoolWiFi_022017_final.pdf

Letters from Physicians on Wireless Health Risks in Public Comments
http://phpa.dhmh.maryland.gov/OEHFP/EH/Shared%20Documents/CEHPAC/Doctor%20Letters%20on%20Wi-Fi%20In%20School%20%20Full%20Compilation%20.pdf

Maryland State Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council Website
http://msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/26excom/html/08childe.html

Local/State/National and International Policy action on Wireless and Children
http://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/International-Policy-Precautionary-Actions-on-Wireless-Radiation.pdf

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

Letter from the AAP in Support of the Cell Phone Right to Know Act
http://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/aap_support_letter_cell_phone_right_to_know_act.pdf

American Academy of Pediatrics Website: Cell Phone Radiation & Children's Health
https://www.healthychildren.org/English/safety-prevention/all-around/Pages/Cell-Phone-Radiation-Childrens-Health.aspx

Testimony to the Maryland State Children's Environmental Health and Protection Advisory Council
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2TxgdaZ0lgCbxVEVe30_BOe1v1Klu1w0

Testimony to Maryland State Board of Education 
https://youtu.be/XGhhtuvnqCs

Testimony of a High School Student in Montgomery County about this issue to the State Board of Educationhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnRGRnboXBg

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In WHO (OMS) si replica:  altro enorme conflitto di interessi !

oltre 40 associazioni e gruppi nazionali di cittadini europei hanno  inviato una allarmata lettera al Direttore di WHO per denunciare i pericolosi conflitti di interesse esistenti tra un  gruppo di esperti di WHO  su salute e radiofrequenze con le società elettriche e di telecomunicazioni.

Questa denuncia parte oltre che da organizzazioni di cittadini attenti all'ambiente, da Bioinitiative Group (www.bioinitiative.org) che raggruppa esperti indipendenti ricercatori con valenza internazionale che hanno analizzato oltre 4000 lavori scientifici reclamando, tra l'altro,  la modifica della classificazione IARC (di WHO)  dei campi elettromagnetici artificiali da 2B a 1 (= sicuro cancerogeno).
qui il comunicato Stampa in tre lingue.
Nel Comunicato stampa si ravvede il problema  nell'ICNIRP, aggregato tecnico scientifico tedesco, al quale molti degli esperti nominati da WHO sono legati.
ICNIRP continua pervicacemente a rifiutare di riconoscere i danni non termici derivanti da radiazioni non ionizzanti.
Gli standard di trasparenza e di indipendenza non sono garantiti in questa organizzazione 'privata', che quindi non risponde ad alcun Organoismo Globale al di sopra delle parti !
Diverse sono state le indagini effettuate su questa 'nebbia'  dal consesso scientifico.

I firmatari richiamano i principi di indipendenza delle valutazioni di pericolosità dagli (enormi) interessi economici: principi dal Parlamento Europeo e che dovrebbero essere essenza stessa di un Ente sovranazionale come il WHO.   Principi che si debbono concretizzare con la presenza nel Gruppo di esperti del WHO anche della voce dei cittadini europei  e dei tanti ricercatori indipendenti.

Cordiali saluti