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“This past week we learned that the National Toxicology Program released part of their research on …the carcinogenic effects of cell phones on rats. This was viewed as very important news by many of us who have been following the research and the politics on electromagnetic pollution. Finally a federal U.S. agency stood up and said that cell phone radiation increased the number of cancers in male rats! Dr. Bucher, in his interview followed by questions, also admitted that effects other than heating can be associated with radio frequency radiation. Finally!!!!

Co-incidentally, two weeks earlier, Drs. Lisa Nagy, William Meggs and I gave a presentation to NIEHS scientists (May 9, 2016) on obesity, electrosensitivity, and mycotoxincosis.

My part of the presentation (EHS) is now available on youtube at the following link for those of you who would like to watch it. It’s short (approximately 15 minutes). It looks as though there are very few people in the room but part of the lecture hall is not shown. We were told that approximately 300 to 400 scientists would view this presentation in the comfort of their office and in other government buildings. -magda”

Please share with others.

“This past week we learned that the National Toxicology Program released part of their research on …the carcinogenic effects of cell phones on rats. This was viewed as very important news by many of us who have been following the research and the politics on electromagnetic pollution. Finally a federal U.S. agency stood up and said that cell phone radiation increased the number of cancers in male rats! Dr. Bucher, in his interview followed by questions, also admitted that effects other than heating can be associated with radio frequency radiation. Finally!!!!

Co-incidentally, two weeks earlier, Drs. Lisa Nagy, William Meggs and I gave a presentation to NIEHS scientists (May 9, 2016) on obesity, electrosensitivity, and mycotoxincosis.

My part of the presentation (EHS) is now available on youtube at the following link for those of you who would like to watch it. It’s short (approximately 15 minutes). It looks as though there are very few people in the room but part of the lecture hall is not shown. We were told that approximately 300 to 400 scientists would view this presentation in the comfort of their office and in other government buildings. -magda”