The Microwave Syndrome: A Preliminary Study in Spain

@article{Navarro2003TheMS,
  title={The Microwave Syndrome: A Preliminary Study in Spain},
  author={E. Navarro and J. Segura and M. Portol{\'e}s and Claudio G{\'o}mez‐Perretta de Mateo},
  journal={Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={22},
  pages={161 - 169}
}
  • E. Navarro, J. Segura, +1 author Claudio Gómez‐Perretta de Mateo
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine
  • Key MethodA health survey was carried out in Murcia, Spain, in the vicinity of a Cellular Phone Base Station working in DCS‐1800 MHz. This survey contained health items related to “microwave sickness” or “RF syndrome. The microwave power density was measured at the respondents' homes. Statistical analysis showed significant correlation between the declared severity of the symptoms and the measured power density. The separation of respondents into two different exposure groups also showed an increase of…Expand Abstract
    THE MICROWAVE SYNDROME – FURTHER ASPECTS OF A SPANISH STUDY
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