Abstracts and links on aspects of Skrunda studies


from the ways the NRPB has suppressed scientific ,,, 'One example is seen with the 1996 Skrunda studies, which appeared in Elsevier's longstanding, reputable, and peer reviewed Science of the Total Environment. Stewart claimed they couldn't get hold of a copy of these crucial and careful studies, which report adverse effects on children from exposure to a Russian MW Radiolocator in Latvia. They also claimed the studies were not peer reviewed. This is rubbish, because we offered the Committee a copy, and furthermore they had no difficulty in criticising another study (by Stan Smigielski reporting significantly elevated incidence of cancer among MW-exposed Polish army personnel) which appeared in the same issue of the journal!'

Ethical problems arising when the trail of professional work lead to evidence of cover-up of serious risk and misrepresentation of scientific judgement concerning human exposures to radar or microwaves. Prof. John R. Goldsmith, M.D., M.P.H. Epidemiology and Health Services Evaluation Unit, Faculty of Health Sciences, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, P.O.B. 653, 84105 Beer-Sheva, Israel.

......................In the Spring of 1994, I was asked to contribute a paper to a meeting on "The Biological Effects of Radio-frequency (RF) Radiation" at Skrunda Latvis, the site of a huge microwave broadcast and receiving station for tracking missiles. The paper was to be on epidemiological evidence to be considered in such an evaluation. I again reviewed the file and concluded that evidence was suggestive for four health effects, (a) chromosomal changes, (b) hematological changes, (c) reproductive effects, and (d) increased cancer incidence from the microwave irradiation in Moscow, and all four of these effects had been found independently in other studies as well. I prepared the paper presenting evidence that these four effects might be found for the exposed groups at Skrunda. There were few physicians and epidemiologists in the audience, so although it was agreed to publish proceedings, I undertook to publish independently, these findings and I so Goldsmith, (1995). I provided for the Skrunda symposium a manuscript, "Epidemiological Studies of Radio-frequency Radiation: Current Status and Areas of Concern", which is intended to be published in the Proceedings in "Science of the Total Environment". At a meeting on Ethics and Environmental Epidemiology 16 Sept., 1994, at the Annual meeting of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology I presented "Balancing the Interests of Patients, Science, and Employers: A case study of RF Exposure". ...............

Informant: Arthur J

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