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New Paper on RF-DNA Breaks: More Q's, than A's
Cell phone Culture: Can You Hear Me Now? Federal Way News - Federal Way, WA, USA This sounds good on the surface, but Dr. Henry Lai, a bioengineering professor at the University of Washington suggests... ...
Starmail - 18. Mai, 22:21
Faulty DNA Repair May Explain EMF Role in Childhood Leukemia
//www.microwavenews.c om/XRCC1.html -------- G ene for ELF EMF susceptibility? Researche rs from the Jiao Tong University School of Medicine in Shanghai, China, have found genetic markers that demonstrate... ...
Starmail - 18. Mai, 22:27
Cell phone cancer risk debated
More than a decade ago, the University of Washington's Henry Lai and his colleague Narenda "N.P." Singh reported that cell phones appear to emit enough electromagnetic radiation to cause the kind of DNA... ...
Starmail - 4. Aug, 22:00
RF-Induced DNA Breaks Reported in China
//www.microwavenews.c om/fromthefield.html#china dna September 29, 2005 RF-Induced DNA Breaks Reported in China Research scientists in China have found that relatively low-level RF radiation can... ...
Starmail - 30. Sep, 11:18
Cell Phone Issue Highlighted - Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age
//omega.twoday.net/se arch?q=Invisible+Hazards+i n+the+Wireless+Age The University of Washington Alumni Magazine interviews Dr. Henry Lai on cell phones -- excellent material on the research and concerns... ...
Starmail - 22. Mai, 18:55
Industry Rules RF Controlling Research, Setting Standards and Spinning History
If you had any doubts that the wireless industry is in total control of the RF health debate, you need only to have gone to the workshop held at the FCC's Washington headquarters on June 28. By the end... ...
Starmail - 16. Jun, 06:17