Phone masts on the roof of our local secondary school have resulted in 10 teachers (at least) with cancer

Revised "Nutritional Protection from Microwaves"


I suppose you have to start by explaining that the guidelines are only based upon short term heating effects and so do not protect against long term low level exposure. However the radiation levels although called 'low' are still a trillion times higher than the natural background levels of microwave radiation! They just won't cook you!

Then the Freiburg appeal and the 6 mast studies not to mention the cancer clusters, the reflex study, etc.

Phone masts on the roof of our local secondary school (10 years) have resulted in 10 teachers (at least) with cancer. It is a big school with over 100 teachers but 2 have died already and one was of leukaemia. The teachers that have cancer are in the rooms where the radiation level has been measured as being the highest. between 0.7 v/m and 2.5 v/m, well below 'guidelines'.

The school is in London.



This is an interesting one, because it raises the issue of latency caused by other factors as well as DNA and magentic fields.


J Environ Pathol Toxicol Oncol. 1997;16(2-3):205-7.

Exposure to a 50 Hz electromagnetic field induces activation of the Epstein-Barr virus genome in latently infected human lymphoid cells.

Grimaldi S, Pasquali E, Barbatano L, Lisi A, Santoro N, Serafino A, Pozzi D.

Institute of Experimental Medicine C.N.R., Rome, Italy.

The EBV genome in latently infected lymphoid cells offers an opportunity to follow effects on the transcriptional and translational product clearly distinguishable from those of the host cell genome. Exposure of Akata cells, a human lymphoid cell line latently infected by the EBV genome, to a 50 Hz EMF resulted in an increased number of cells expressing the virus early antigens. This finding provides additional evidence that DNA can be modulated by a magnetic field.

and then this:


Spinal Cord. 2004 Feb;42(2):99-105.

Characteristics of radiogenic lower motor neurone disease, a possible link with a preceding viral infection.

Esik O, Vonoczky K, Lengyel Z, Safrany G, Tron L.

Department of Oncotherapy, Semmelweis University, Hungary.

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the pathogenesis of the rare radiogenic lower motor neurone disease (LMND) on the basis of a meta-analysis of the published case histories. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The authors reviewed 47 well-documented radiogenic LMND cases from the English literature. RESULTS: The disease typically occurs following the irradiation of radiosensitive cancers situated near the spinal cord. It arises predominantly (46 cases) in the lower extremities; only one case involved the upper extremities. There is a male predominance (male:female ratio 7.8:1), and the patients are characteristically young (13-40 years, with four exceptions). An overdose does not seem to be a particular risk factor for the development of the disease, as total dose, fraction size and biologically effective dose are typically below 50 Gy, 2 Gy and 128 Gy2, respectively, which are regarded as safe doses. Other risk factors (chemotherapy, operations, etc) have been identified only rarely. Radiogenic LMND is manifested in an apparently random manner, 4-312 (mean 48.7) months after the completion of radiotherapy. DISCUSSION: The complete lack of a dose-effect relationship argues strongly against a pure radiogenic nature of the pathological process. The latency period is typically several years and it varies extremely, which excludes a direct and complete causal relationship between radiotherapy and LMND. As the interaction of ionizing radiation with living tissues is highly unspecific, thus a selective motor injury due to irradiation alone, without comparable effects on the sensory and vegetative fibers, seems improbable. CONCLUSIONS: On analogy with the viral motor neurone diseases, we suppose that radiogenic LMND may be preceded by viral (enterovirus/poliovirus) infection. Based on the meta-analysis, it is suggested that irradiation may be only a single component of the set of factors jointly resulting in the clinical state regarded as radiogenic LMND.

Further, there is the issue of the role of fungal infections such as from the stimulation of Candida Albicans in relation to consequences from EMF exposure.

In other words there are interactions between EM effects and bio effects, with each affecting susceptibility to the other. EMFs may make you prone to a virus or fungus, but similarly a virus of fungus may make your system more less resilient to EMFs.




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