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2006

4 Neuroblastoma cases to investigate

----- Original Message -----
From: Eileen O'Connor

Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2006 3:56 PM
Subject: icCoventry - Very Important

This email has been sent to you by Eileen

Check out the following link.

Can this be a coincidence?
//tinyurl.com/8d4us

Make sure you visit //iccoventry.icnetwork.co.uk

Templars Infant Junior School Coventry CV4 9DA

Four children attending and live near the school have developed neuroblastoma. Health officials are puzzled. Take a look at the amount of phone masts around them and ask yourself can this be a coincidence?

Name of Operator T-MOBILE Operator Site Ref. 99108 Height of Antenna
16 Metres Frequency Range
1800 MHz Transmitter Power
26 dBW Maximum licensed power
32 dBW GSM Name of Operator Orange Operator Site Ref. WAR0115 Height of Antenna
14 Metres Frequency Range
1800 MHz Transmitter Power
27.9 dBW Maximum licensed power
32 dBW Type of Transmission GSM Name of Operator Orange Operator Site Ref. WAR0115 Height of Antenna
14 Metres Frequency Range
2100 MHz Transmitter Power
29.3 dBW Maximum licensed power
32 dBW Type of Transmission UMTS Name of Operator MMO2 Operator Site Ref. 10985 Height of Antenna
16.5 Metres Frequency Range
900 MHz Transmitter Power
20.8 dBW Maximum licensed power
32 dBW Type of Transmission GSM Name of Operator MMO2 Operator Site Ref. 10985 Height of Antenna
16.5 Metres Frequency Range
2100 MHz Transmitter Power
23.2 dBW Maximum licensed power
32 dBW Type of Transmission UMTS

Can this be a coincidence?

Jan 11 2006

Exclusive By Dean Valler

WORRIED parents are demanding an official investigation after four children in the same area were diagnosed with the same rare form of cancer.

Three of the youngsters with the same life-threatening condition go to the same school - and all live in the south of Coventry.

Three of the children, live within a few streets of each other in Tile Hill and one lives a couple of miles away in Cannon Park.

Two of the children - five-year-olds Bethany Keenan and Jordan Accardi - have captured the hearts of city people, who have raised thousands of pounds for their treatment.

Today, the Evening Telegraph can reveal that another two children, Charlotte Moore, aged seven, and five-year-old Dylan Williams, are also fighting neuroblastoma.

The illness, which affects the nervous system, is so unusual it is diagnosed in just 100 children in the UK every year.

The call for an investigation has been supported by charities Cancer Research UK and the Neuroblastoma Society.

Bethany's mum, Kay Blyth, aged 40, who lives off Broad Lane, in Tile Hill, Coventry, wants an official medical body to look into any possible links between the cases.

In October, Bethany completed a year in remission, having been given just a 30 per cent chance of survival when she was diagnosed in August, 2003.

Miss Blyth said: "I believe there has to be some kind of investigation because it seems very strange to have four cases all within a short distance of each other.

"There could well be a link somewhere, although I could not speculate about what it is. If there is, we need to know what it is, so that we know what we are dealing with."

Dylan Williams, also aged five, attends Templars Primary School, in Templar Avenue, Tile Hill, the same school as Bethany and one of the other children with neuroblastoma.

At the end of January he reaches his third year in remission, having been diagnosed when he was just over a year old.

His parents, Emma Hammond, aged 24, of Ireton Close, Tile Hill, and 25-year-old Kenneth Williams of Maureen Close, Tile Hill, are also backing a call for an official investigation.

Miss Hammond, who previously lived in Gravel Hill, near Torrington Avenue, said: "We have had it drummed into us by doctors and surgeons that this is an extremely rare condition.

"However, if it is so rare, how come it has affected four children who all live so close to each other? I would back an investigation because at the very least we need to be sure there is nothing causing this condition."

A third mum, Christine Moore, 46, of Limbrick Avenue, Tile Hill, said her daughter, Charlotte, also has neuroblastoma and attends Templars Primary School.

She said the family were living in Gretna Road, south Coventry, when Charlotte was diagnosed with the most aggressive form of the cancer, aged just three months.

Charlotte, who attends Sherbourne Fields School, uses a wheelchair, having developed the tumour in her back.

Mrs Moore said: "We obviously have no idea whether there is a particular cause but I think an investigation would be a good idea.

"Is there a link with pesticides, whether from fields or in the food we buy?"

Jordan Accardi, of Cannon Park, Coventry, is back in a New York cancer hospital for further treatment.

He first travelled to America in September after more than £160,000 was raised by Coventry people to pay for his treatment.

Jordan and his family are likely to have to travel to and from the US for up to two years.

The expert's view: Unusual - but may not be linked

ANTONYA Cooper, chairman of The Neuroblastoma Society, described the number of cases in Coventry as "very unusual and very disturbing".

The society, founded in 1982, is a registered charity and support group which is financing £300,000 of research into the condition this year.

Mrs Cooper said: "This is very unusual and also very disturbing and as a parent I would want to know why. The Neuroblastoma Society certainly would back any investigation. We would give verbal support and use our contacts to approach specialists in the field.

"I suspect, as has happened before, that any such investigation will prove no obvious geographical link for the occurrence of neuroblastoma in these children."

Prof John Toy, medical director of Cancer Research UK, said: "If a cluster of people in the same area all have cancer, it does not necessarily mean that all of them are from the same cause.

"Cancer is very common, and affects one in three people in the UK. There are many different causes of cancer and an apparent cluster of cancer cases can occur by chance."


Informant: Iris Atzmon

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I am repeating this message to Eileen, having seen it come up on Omega.

It's an important issue, and I don't wish to dampen enthusiasm. From one point of view, the correlation is no better than anywhere else in our UK mast forest. From another, the issue of neuroblastoma should not surprise us, if we note the issues around EMFs, reactive oxygen and nitrogen species, and the role of key enzymes and the immune system.

Andy

----- Original Message -----
From: Andy Davidson
To: Eileen O'Connor
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2006 4:13 PM
Subject: Re: icCoventry - Very Important

Eileen

reminds me of what Catherine G says in Fife.

But we have a problem here as ever. The concentrations of masts (typically clusters of 5 base stations if I read Sitefinder correctly) are not in closest proximity to the homes. The consistent pairings of GSM with UMTS may be significant, though. But this is so common now that similar clusters should be appearing all over. There may be other factors (eg electrical supply routes) here. My guess is that patterns 5 to 10 years on from the 3G rollout may start to appear. By then the common-ness of the EMF environment will mean it is ignored.


I think it was you who alerted me some while ago to the Liverpool University work on neuroblastoma published in 2004. They found that nuclear factor kappa B (NF kappa B) played a crucial role in cancer cell apoptosis (cell death): its oscillations kept cancer cells alive systemically.

//www.liv.ac.uk/newsroom/press_releases/2004/10/neuroblastoma.htm

Scientists make breakthrough in understanding rare childhood cancer

The interesting lead here for me is that NF kappa B has part of its function at least involved with nitric oxide (NO), nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) and tyrosine kinase (itself in relation with NO). I am increasingly convinced that when NO levels in the body are disturbed, key reactions in which it is involved (stimulation, regulation and reaction) produce the biological reactions of chemical and electrical sensitivity, neurological disorders of many kinds and cancers. For those of us concerned with power lines and the modulated microwave EMF environment, the research studies indicating that EMFs can indeed disturb the stimulation of NO and or its co-reactors superoxide or the enzymes behind them, is profoundly disturbing.

(use as you wish)

Andy

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Dear Iris: This is a very serious situation indeed!!!! What concerns me greatly tho is when the issues of proximity to electrical items while sleeping is not included as a potential part of the problem -- "initial area of concern by parents as well as investigators......."

My statements are not intended in any way to criticize the work of others but come from the 15 years of "insight" acquired by first assuming that my two grandsons' rare immune deficiencies were caused by high voltage powerline exposure(s).

You know my story BUT, the "bottom line" is that IF we had continued to believe the high voltage lines were what was causing their chronic infections and the immune deficiencies that were "ageing" their cells and therefor "bodies," they may very well might not be alive today. As you most likely recall, we were told they may develop Leukemia, Lymphoma, stomach or colon cancer.

Both boys "got well" and their IGG's rose dramatically after their beds were moved away from "powerwalls" (walls opposite electric meters in respective homes) in spite of their homes being less than 300 ft. from high voltage powerlines and close to various antennae.

In other words, while I have no doubt telecommunications antennae, etc. are "adding to the mix," unless the families of those who have been diagnosed with Leukemia, Neuroblastoma, Parkinsons, Alzheimers, ADD, ADHD, brain cancer, etc. or even those suffering from "symptoms" who have not yet been diagnosed with "a specific disease," first consider possible electric items close to beds, it is more than possible, those same persons might move from their location of concern re antennae, etc. only to be unable to tolerate treatments for their cancer and/or disease/symptoms, etc. because electrical items are close to the head(s) of their bed(s).

It is possible that such considerations are "the difference" between those who develop actual cancer and those who experience ES/EHS whether concerns are regarding telecommunications' antennae, WiFi, high voltage powerlines, high frequencies on electrical wiring (also a "high priority consideration).

In other words, while there undoubtedly "adverse effects" from all sources of EMF/EMR, if the issue of "what is electrical that is close to one's head" is not first addressed, persons might die because chemotherapy and radiaiton treatments are most likely going to not be effective if electrical items remain close to beds. The "overwhelming tragedy" is obvious when something as simple as moving electrical items might make the difference between survival and death as well as annoying symptoms versus serious disease including cancer AND such action is "cost free" (except the cost of purchasing a battery-operated clock or perhaps an electrical strip to allow for changing location for power supply box for cordless phones, etc.).

My thoughts and prayers go out to all children and families who are suffering the devastating effects of serious illnesses......... Take care - Joanne

Joanne C. Mueller Guinea Pigs R Us
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"No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakens into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted for the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

Not only does God definitely play dice, but He sometimes confuses us by throwing them where they can't be seen....the universe does not behave according to our pre-conceived ideas.....it continues to surprise us....the future of the universe is not completely determined by the laws of science, and its present state, as Laplace thought......God still has a few tricks up His sleeve....

Prof. Stephen Hawking

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Reply from chair of Neuroblastoma society should anyone wish to contact her.


From: Antonya Cooper
antonya@cooperox.org.uk
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 11:21:02 -0000

Subject: RE: Neuroblastoma

Thank you for taking the trouble to write to me about "cancer caused by microwave radiation".

Matters of this magnitude and concern must be put before the Department of Health for further dealing. I note the literature you attached is not recently published. In your capacity as a physicist have you more recent evidence of the matter being taken seriously?

The Neuroblastoma Society could not head any such investigation. All our hard won funding is focussed on medical research towards kinder treatment and an eventual cure for neuroblastoma.

Do keep in touch about any findings you may achieve but please understand that the Society is not the best medium for investigation of this subject.

Yours,

Antonya Cooper.
Chairman - the Neuroblastoma Society
//www.nsoc.co.uk
antonya@nsoc.co.uk
Beverley House
FRILFORD Abingdon Oxfordshire OX13 5NU
Tel. 00 44 (0)1865 391207

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