Photograph from 2002 SCRAM (Seriously Concerned Residents against Masts)
2002 – 2004
With thanks to those who dedicated time and money towards helping with the campaign against the Wishaw, Sutton Coldfield phone mast.
Message from Eileen O’Connor Director EM Radiation Research Trust
“I started the campaign to raise concerns about phone masts in 2002 after I was diagnosed with breast cancer and discovered a cancer/illness cluster surrounding a phone mast. We formed a local campaign group called Seriously Concerned Residents Against Masts (SCRAM) and organised an event in Sutton Coldfield, inviting scientists from both sides of the debate in the UK to speak at a packed public meeting chaired by Andrew Mitchell MP. Listen to important early warnings about phone masts and wireless technology from Dr Hyland, Barrie Trower, Dr Grahame Blackwell and Alasdair Philips etc. SCRAM Public Meeting, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands (2003)”
I am also featured in this video. I was released from SPIRE hospital on that very day after another operation. This was an operation carried out by the rouge surgeon Dr Ian Patterson who led me to believe that the breast cancer had returned and had carried out an unnecessary operation. He has since been jailed and is serving 20 years behind bars for wounding patients after a criminal investigation found he performed unnecessary surgery including mastectomies for many patients. News article here: