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Environmental Cancer Expert Urges WHO to Recognize Electrohypersensitivity

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- 273 days ago -
Environmental cancer expert urges WHO to recognize electrohypersensitivity


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Lone F (58)
Friday June 22, 2018, 3:57 pm
Noted with interest!
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Colleen L (3)
Friday June 22, 2018, 6:13 pm
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Animae C (507)
Friday June 22, 2018, 6:59 pm
"Swedish oncologist and epidemiologist Lennart Hardell talks about his research since the 1970s which led to TCDD (an Agent Orange herbicide also used in forestry) and more recently glyphosate (Monsanto's Roundup) being respectively classified as ''probable'' human carcinogens. He has also found a clear link between long-term cell phone use and brain cancer which has been confirmed by other studies.
While he has not performed research on electrohypersensitivity (EHS), he says the literature clearly shows it is a real disease related to exposure to electromagnetic fields and not a psychiatric disorder. Recognizing EHS would allow physicians to take these patients seriously and give them proper treatment. While symptoms can differ between individuals and that there is no established diagnostic criteria, he says Dr Dominique Belpomme's research has unveiled several biological markers which are increased in EHS patients and may contribute to making such a diagnosis in the future. He concludes that education of the public and physicians is needed because most people think electromagnetic fields do not pose health risks."

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