11
Mai
2005

A DISREGARD FOR OUR HEALTH

Bath Chronicle

11:00 - 11 May 2005

Representing the Mobile Phone Operators, Michael Dolan's letter (Letters, May 5) selectively quotes from both the Stewart and National Radiological Protection Board reports attempting to mask the health concerns regarding the electro magnetic radiation emissions from phone masts. Far from being reassured by the vested interest government and phone industry, making huge profits at the risk to public health, the following quotes from these same reports confirm this technology is far from safe:

6.38. "There is now scientific evidence which suggests that there may be biological effects occurring at exposures below these (NRPB and ICNIRP) guidelines" (Stewart Report).

And from the NRPB's Mobile Phones and Health 2004.

"6. We conclude that it is not possible to say that exposure to RF radiation, even at levels below national guidelines, is without adverse health effects . . . 7. The board notes that a central recommendation in the Stewart Report was that a precautionary approach to the use of mobile phone technologies be adopted . . .

18. There remain particular concerns in the UK about the impact of base stations on health."

So is this meant to reassure us Mr Dolan? You deliberately site your harmful masts next to housing and schools. Do you call this a "precautionary approach"?

While government/phone operator funded research attempts to gloss over the health concerns, independent research is regularly confirming the dangers to health, and proving the current guidelines, set 9,000 times too high, are meaningless. Only last week research from Germany again showed how the pulsed microwave signals from phone masts permanently damages living cells. The phone operators' blatant disregard for our health is outrageous.

JOHN ELLIOTT
Badminton Road Mast Action Group


Emersons Green

Bristol

MICHAEL Dolan has every incentive to back this perspective, but what does Sir William Stewart say in his recent report of December 2004 for the NRPB?

If you take the time to read the recent Stewart Report for the NRPB you will find this statement: the Stewart Report states at Para 1.19: "We conclude therefore that it is not possible at present to say that exposure to RF radiation, even at levels below national guidelines, is totally without potential adverse health effects, and that the gaps in knowledge are sufficient to justify a precautionary approach."

SANDI LAWRENCE
Mast Sanity committee member Advice line co-ordinator
Oakwood Court
Aldwick
Bognor Regis
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