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EMFs - European Parliament with a new study report 22/7 - 2021?

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Johan Lindstrøm, Aug 23, 2021.

  1. Current state of knowledge of 5G-related carcinogenic and reproductive/developmental hazards as they emerge from epidemiological studies and in vivo experimental studies

    The following are noted:
    1) Power:
    FR1 (450 to 6000 MHz) (mobile masts 800-3600 MHz, wifi 2400 MHz): EMF is probably carcinogenic to humans, especially related to gliomas and acoustic neuromas;
    FR2 (24 to 100 GHz): Sufficient studies have not been performed on the higher frequencies;
    2) Reproductive developmental effects:
    FR1 (450 to 6000 MHz): These frequencies clearly affect male fertility and possibly female fertility.
    They may have potential adverse effects on the development of embryos, fetuses and newborns;
    FR2 (24 to 100 GHz): Insufficient studies have been performed on the non-thermal effects of the higher frequencies. links in the comments field ...

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  2. Pablo

    Pablo New Member

    This is... very good news, isn´t it???? I mean, in public and institutional awareness.

    Until this document I believe the EU regarded nnEMF´s at current levels quite safe (only the Council of Europe, which is not part of the EU, had recommended caution and reducing legal emf limits in its resolution 1815/2011, but the EU was super permissive).

    Time will tell... thanks!
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