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ICNIRP Moves To Protect The Cell Phone Industry

Posted by smeddum on July 23, 2009

Thursday July 23rd 2009, 8:55 am

The below analysis from Cindy Sage raises the question of why has ICNIRP (and IEMFP who does the risk assessments for ICNIRP) moved to release its risk cell phone assessment before the Interphone report is published. It would have seemed better to have waited until Interphone was published and then include that in the risk assessment. This is typical for ICNIRP and works out to be a tremendous gift to the cell phone industry. I wonder how much of a ‘hidden hand’ the cell phone industry had in the writing of this report, especially seeing how the power industry was earlier directly involved in the drafting of a power-frequency risk assessment. See:

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Motion for European Parliament Resolution- On Health Concerns Associated with Electromagnetic Fields

Posted by seumasach on March 5, 2009

MOTION FOR A EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT RESOLUTION                                                           On Health Concerns Associated with Electromagnetic Fields

In a 43-1 vote, the European Parliament Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety adopted OVERWHELMINGLY a Resolution urging the European Commission to recognize growing public and scientific concern over health risks from electromagnetic fields.  The Resolution will be voted on in plenary by the full Parliament on 26 March 2009.

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