Evidence that electromagnetic radiation is genotoxic: the implications for the epidemiology of cancer and cardiac, neurological and reproductive effects
Dr Cherry was invited in June 2000 by a group of European Parliament MPs to present evidence at a European Parliament Conference to show if there was any evidence that electromagnetic radiation was genotoxic, and if there was any epidemiological evidence showing what exposure levels could be safe. Dr Cherry was surprised to find many studies showing that electromagnetic radiation is genotoxic, including several isothermal studies and several with dose-response relationships. He also found many epidemiological studies showing dose-response relationships for cancer, cardiac, reproductive and neurological effects, showing a safe level of zero exposure, consistent with EMF/EMR being genotoxic.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordsepidemiology; cancer; cardiac effects; neurological effects; reproductive effects; Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR); genotoxicity; human health effects
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