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In vitro and in vivo genotoxicity of radiofrequency fields.
Recovery from radiation damage in mouse lung: interpretation in terms of two rates of repair.
A reanalysis was performed of the extensive data set obtained with fractionated irradiations of mouse lung and found the presence of a very fast repair rate in mouse lung, confirmed by a weight factor determined simultaneously indicated that the fast component has approximately four times more weight than the slow component.
Do people with idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields display physiological effects when exposed to electromagnetic fields? A systematic review of provocation…
- G. Rubin, L. Hillert, Rosa Nieto-Hernandez, E. van Rongen, G. Oftedal
- 1 December 2011
There is no reliable evidence to suggest that people with IEI-EMF experience unusual physiological reactions as a result of exposure to EMF, which supports suggestions that EMF is not the main cause of their ill health.
WHO research agenda for radiofrequency fields
The World Health Organization (WHO) has recently published a new research agenda for radiofrequency fields, subdivided into epidemiology, human studies, animal studies, cellular studies and mechanisms, and for social science research.
Effects of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields on the Human Nervous System
- E. van Rongen, R. Croft, Zhengping Xu
- PsychologyJournal of toxicology and environmental health…
- 30 November 2009
Although there is some evidence emerging that there may be an effect of exposure to a GSM-type signal on sleep EEG, results are still variable and changes have never been found to relate to any adverse health effects.
Late functional, biochemical and histological changes in the rat lung after fractionated irradiation to the whole thorax.
Repair rate in mouse lung after clinically relevant radiation doses per fraction.
The data indicate that the half-time of the fast component of repair in mouse lung is approximately 0.4 h after clinically relevant dose fractions, similar to those used in clinical radiotherapy.
Mobile phones and children: Is precaution warranted?
No major changes in head development occur after the second year of life that might point at a difference in electromagnetic susceptibility between children and adults, and the Health Council of the Netherlands sees no reason to recommend limiting the use of mobile phones by children.
Experimental Studies on Carcinogenicity of Radiofrequency Radiation in Animals
A comprehensive review of animal studies on carcinogenicity of radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetic fields indicates no carcinogenic effects at exposure levels relevant to human exposure from mobile phones, and suggests that RF field exposure below the present guidelines is not likely to cause cancer.