One Page Summary of Andrew Goldsworthy ‘The Biological Effects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields’ What the power and telecoms companies would prefer us not to know –Andrew Goldsworthy, 2007 http://www.hese-project.org/hese-uk/en/papers/goldsworthy_bio_weak_em_07.pdf  §  Weak electromagnetic fields release calcium from cell membranes §  The loss of calcium makes cell membranes leak §  How calcium loss makes holes in membranes §  Membrane leakage damages DNA §  DNA damage may cause cancer §  DNA damage reduces fertility §  There may also be permanent genetic damage The power and mobile phone companies have seized upon this characteristic variability to discredit work on the non ‐ thermal effects of electromagnetic fields as being due to the experimental

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  PRESS RELEASE Dienstag, 15. April 2014     New ‘Brennpunkt’ by Diagnose-Funk: Group of Ukrainian scientists assesses available studies on ROS Mobile phone radiation leads to oxidation in cells The Ukrainian group of scientists around Igor Yakymenko at the Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology in Kiev consider it to be proven that mobile phone radiation leads to harmful oxidation processes in cells through the overproduction of free radicals. In the editorial  ” Low intensity radiofrequency radiation: a new oxidant for living cells” in the scientific journal “Oxidants and Antioxidants in Medical Science” of 29 March 2014 the group reported

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500 million citizens are relying on SCENIHR:     Is Science Being Hidden from the Public? Eileen O’Connor Director, Radiation Research Trust The European Commission in collaboration with the Greek Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) under the auspices of the EU Council Greek Presidency organised a major workshop in Athens on EMF electromagnetic fields and health effects with a focus on public awareness, conciliating scientific findings and uncertainties in policy making. The event took place on 27th & 28 March 2014 at Cotsen Hall, Athens, Greece and included presenters from various parties from the European Commission, WHO, publicauthorities, industry, operators, environmental and consumer associations and academia.  The goal of the conference was to reach a

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