Wireless Communication and Health: Future of the Research and the Precautionary Principle
Leszczynski lecturing in Serbia and Turkey
Dariusz Leszczynski, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Sep 28, 2015
" ... awaiting the conclusive scientific evidence, process that will take still tens of years, we need to take an action to protect users of the wireless communication devices."
"In conclusion, IARC review of the scientific evidence and obtained classification of possible carcinogenicity of cell phone radiation, permit implementation of the Precautionary Principle measures, in order to protect the population from the potentially hazardous effects of exposure to radiation emitted by the wireless communication devices. Concomitantly, with the implementation of the protective measures, aimed at reduction of exposures of human population, scientific research should continue to resolve the contradictions of the scientific evidence. Modern molecular biology methods of transcriptomics and proteomics must be finally used to determine the scope and the size of the impact of EMF exposures on human tissues and organs."
Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety
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