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Dr Oz: Keep your cell phone out of your bra to prevent deadly breast cancer
USA Created: 2 Sep 2014
Dr Mehmet Oz warned that women who keep their cell phones in their bras are putting themselves at risk for breast cancer on the Aug 26 episode of the Dr Oz Show.

Dr. Oz believes there's a definite link between cell phones and cancer. "When it comes to cell phones, the bra has become the new purse," said Dr. Oz, who said millions of women are unknowingly endangering themselves for the sake of convenience.

Dr. Oz's guest was Tiffany Frantz, a Pennsylvania woman who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. Frantz and her mom Traci were shocked because Tiffany was healthy, just 21 years old at the time, and had no family history of cancer. But Tiffany revealed she had carried her cell phone in her bra all day, every day, for four years.

Frantz developed cancerous tumors in the exact same area of her breast, on the same side, where her cell phone rested hour after hour for four years. Frantz's doctors were puzzled by her cancer, so she underwent genetic testing, which came back negative (meaning she was not predisposed to cancer).

Cancer Spread Despite Surgery, Radiation and No Family History

In March 2012, Tiffany got surgery to get her left breast removed, and underwent radiation treatment, KTVU reported. Unfortunately, her ordeal wasn't over. In February 2013, doctors told Frantz her breast cancer had spread to her hip, and cancerous lesions had developed on her spine, pelvic bone, ribs and skull. She underwent radiation treatment again, and now takes cancer drugs and gets intravenous bone-building treatments.

Tiffany's oncologist has never publicly stated that Frantz developed breast cancer because she stored her cell phone in her bra, but a small group of other young women have reported similar breast cancer patterns. And Tiffany and her mom are 100 percent convinced that her cell phone did, in fact, cause her cancer.

Dr. Andrew Weil warned against the dangers of cell phones and WiFi systems on a previous episode of the Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Weil said there's no clear-cut evidence (yet) linking the electromagnetic radiation emitted by cell phones and Wi-Fi systems to cancer, but they are a bigger threat to our health than we realize.

As a precaution, Weil recommended keeping cell phones away from your head, using an ear piece for cell phones, and keeping Wi-Fi routers outside the bedroom.

Dr. Oz has previously stated that the heat emitted by cell phones can spur cell damage, and that can fuel cancer, so all women should stop storing their cell phones in their bras as a precaution. And everyone should refrain from placing cell phones anywhere on their bodies for extended periods of time.
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Source: Examiner, Samantha Chang, 26 Aug 2014

Cell biology and EMF safety standards
USA Created: 2 Sep 2014
Abstract: Living cells react defensively and start to synthesize stress proteins when exposed to potentially harmful stimuli.

Electromagnetic fields (EMF) are among the many different environmental stimuli that initiate stress protein synthesis. Although there is greater energy transfer and heating due to EMF at higher frequencies, there is no greater stress response. The cellular stress response is far more sensitive to EMF than to an increase in temperature. It should be obvious that an EMF safety standard should be based on the more sensitive, natural biological response.
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Source: PubMed, Dr. Martin Blank, 25 Aug 2014

EMR Australia's latest newsletter
Australia Created: 1 Sep 2014
The latest news and science report – EMR and Health – is now available free online.

The June issue contains the important news and science about electromagnetic radiation, including:

- updates on three Australian standards
- evidence linking mobile phones with brain tumours and fertility problems
- precautions being applied in Europe and Israel
- stories, news and studies about electromagnetic hypersensitivity
- and much more.

Download it free from: http://emraustralia.com.au/EMR_and_health.html

Many thanks and warm regards
Lyn McLean, Editor
Director
EMR Australia PL
www.emraustralia.com.au
02 9576 1772
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Source: EMR Australia, Lyn McLean, 02 Sep 2014

Researcher finds way to hack most Wi-Fi routers in one try
USA Created: 1 Sep 2014
A researcher has refined an attack on wireless routers with poorly implemented versions of the Wi-Fi Protected Setup that allows someone to quickly gain access to a router's network.

The attack exploits weak randomization, or the lack of randomization, in a key used to authenticate hardware PINs on some implementations of Wi-Fi Protected Setup, allowing anyone to quickly collect enough information to guess the PIN using offline calculations. By calculating the correct PIN, rather than attempting to brute-force guess the numerical password, the new attack circumvents defenses instituted by companies.

While previous attacks require up to 11,000 guesses—a relatively small number—and approximately four hours to find the correct PIN to access the router's WPS functionality, the new attack only requires a single guess and a series of offline calculations, according to Dominique Bongard, reverse engineer and founder of 0xcite, a Swiss security firm.

"It takes one second," he said. "It's nothing. Bang. Done."

The problem affects the implementations provided by two chipset manufacturers, Broadcom and a second vendor whom Bongard asked not to be named until they have had a chance to remediate the problem. Broadcom did not provide a comment to Ars.

Because many router manufacturers use the reference software implementation as the basis for their customized router software, the problems affected the final products, Bongard said. Broadcom's reference implementation had poor randomization, while the second vendor used a special seed, or nonce, of zero, essentially eliminating any randomness.

The Wi-Fi Alliance could not confirm whether the products impacted by the attack were certified, according to spokeswoman Carol Carrubba.

"A vendor implementation that improperly generates random numbers is more susceptible to attack, and it appears as though this is the case with at least two devices," she said in a statement. "It is likely that the issue lies in the specific vendor implementations rather than the technology itself. As the published research does not identify specific products, we do not know whether any Wi-Fi certified devices are affected, and we are unable to confirm the findings."

The research, originally demonstrated at the PasswordsCon Las Vegas 2014 conference in early August, builds on previous work published by Stefan Viehböck in late 2011. Viehböck found a number of design flaws in Wi-Fi Protected Setup, but most significantly, he found that the PIN needed to complete the setup of a wireless router could be broken into smaller parts and each part attacked separately. By breaking down the key, the number of attempts an attacker would have to try before finding the key shrunk from an untenable 100 million down to a paltry 11,000—a significant flaw for any access-control technology.

Viehböck was not the only researcher to notice the flaws in the technology. Independently, Craig Heffner of Tactical Network Solutions discovered the issue and created a tool, Reaver, to use brute-force guessing of all 11,000 combinations to find the PIN. Ars Technica used the tool to confirm the original issue.

Bongard's updated attack exploits the lack of randomization in the nonce, a number used to create the pseudo-random inputs to calculate the keys.
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Source: Ars Technica, Robert Lemos, 30 Aug 2014

Professor Annie Sasco on causes and incidence of childhood cancer
United Kingdom Created: 29 Aug 2014
Following on from the last message, see an excellent presentation on causes and incidence of childhood cancer by Professor Annie Sasco from the Alliance of prevention and precaution for childhood cancer control. Presentation given at the international conference Childhood Cancer 2012. http://www.childhoodcancer2012.org.uk/programme.asp#

SESSION 12 – What positive steps can be taken to reduce the risk of childhood cancer?
Chair: Professor Richard Stevens

See Prof.Sasco’s presentation by scrollong down to SESSION 12. “What positive steps can be taken to reduce the risk of childhood cancer?”. Her presentation is the first one for the session. http://www.childhoodcancer2012.org.uk/programme.asp#

Presentation slides: http://www.childhoodcancer2012.org.uk/slides/session12.1-sasco.pdf
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Source: Don Maish/Agnes Ingvarsdottir

Most Australians don't know that brain cancer kills more children than any other disease
Australia Created: 28 Aug 2014
Two brave little girls – and their battle with Australia’s deadliest childhood disease: Eloise died at ten. Hana has endured invasive surgery. So why is just 3% of research cash spent on helping the children struck down by brain cancer?
* Most Australians don’t know that brain cancer kills more children than any other disease
* Only three per cent of National Health and Medical Research Council funding has gone towards brain cancer
* More high profile cancers like breast cancers and Leukemia received 11 per cent of all research funding
* Barrie Littlefield, who lost his 10-year-old daughter Eloise to brain cancer, urges the community to donate to help find a cure
There was nothing more precious in the world for Barrie Littlefield when his daughter was born. Eloise Littlefield was daddy’s little girl. The pair were inseparable up until the moment the 10-year-old was tragically taken away by what’s been described as the number one killer among Australian children – brain cancer. Eloise lost her battle to brain cancer in 2011. But her story isn’t one that’s unique. Australian neurosurgeon Charlie Teo says the disease kills more children than any other, yet nine out of 10 Australians are completely unaware of this statistic.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2718506/Brain-cancer-kills-children-disease-receives-3-Government-research-funding.html

Read the Emfacts post below:
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Source: Don Maish/Agnes Ingvarsdottir

Cell Phone Radiation: 12 Tips To Protection
France Created: 25 Aug 2014
Cell phones emit pulsed digital radio frequency (RF) microwave radiation that penetrates our bodies. This radio frequency (RF) radiation which is produced by cell phones is the same type of energy that is generated by microwave ovens. Cell phones have never undergone pre-market safety testing or been properly scrutinized since being introduced. Our children are now being exposed over a lifetime.

In 2011 the World Health Organisation classified cell phone radiation as "possibly carcinogenic to humans". All wireless radio frequency transmissions as emitted by cell phones, cell towers, cordless phones, WiFi and the like are now considered as a possible cancer causing agent.

Research On (RF) Cell Phone Radiation

The cell phone industry has obscured the facts about RF radiation through lobbying and manipulating public opinion through its own biased research. If you look past the industry funded studies, it's clear that cell phone radiation is not only dangerous but potentially lethal. Cell phones have only been used in such high volume for a few years, the long term effects are worrying. Besides the industry funded research there is a plethora of well-researched documents highlighting illnesses caused by microwave RF radiation. The BioInitiative Report 2012 references thousands of independent studies.

Illnesses Linked To Cell Phone Radiation

There is a plethora of research linking cell phone radiation and similar wireless exposures to a long list of illnesses and diseases; heart attacks, brain tumours, cancer, DNA damage, arthritis, rheumatism, lymphatic diseases, vaginal discharge, leukaemia, memory loss, depression, miscarriage, infertility, sterility.

How To Protect Yourself:

1. Don’t allow children to use a cell phone for calling.
2. Limit calls to those that are absolutely necessary.
3. When dialing out don’t put your cell phone next to your ear until your correspondent has picked up the communication.
4. Avoid carrying your cell phone directly on your body.
5. Avoid making calls with a low signal as your cell phone will generate more radiation in an effort to compensate for it

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Source: Lloyd Burrell/Agnes Ingvarsdottir

Direct mobile phones radiation influence: Dial 1-800-EXTINCTION
Germany Created: 25 Aug 2014
Electronic devices and the Internet have changed the way people interact with each other. Be it via laptop computers with Wireless LAN, mobile phones or smartphones, nowadays everybody seems to be electronically connected to everybody all the time. These
changes have brought about an enormous increase in everyday exposure to radio waves. Concerns have been raised that radiofrequency energy might cause cancer, since it is absorbed by the tissues of the human body. However, to date there is no clear scientific evidence that this non-ionizing energy has the potential to alter DNA and cause cancer [1]. Apart from the question about cancer, fertility is another area of interest since many men keep mobile phones in their trouser pockets in the proximity of their testicles. Several reports on the decline of semen parameters have been published over the last decades and even before mobile phones were invented. Igor Gorpinchenko and co-workers [2] devised an in-vitro study to test the hypothesis that electromagnetic waves from mobile phones have a detrimental effect on sperm parameters. When placed 5 cm from a mobile phone, they observed a significant decrease in the number of spermatozoa with progressive movement and an increase in the number of spermatozoa with non-progressive movement. Additionally, a significant increase in DNA fragmentation was found
during the 5 hours of electromagnetic exposure. The approach is not genuinely new and other research groups came to similar conclusions. How these findings translate into an in vivo setting remains unclear. If mobile phones had a detrimental effect in
real life, additional questions will arise. In this case the use of laptop computers ‘on the lap’ would cause the same damage. And what about women trying to get pregnant? Spermatozoa have the ability to survive several days in the female reproductive tract.
Would laptop computers and mobile phones produce the same damage to spermatozoa there?
So what do we know about the decline of semen parameters? In 1992, Carlsen et al. published a paper about decreasing semen quality during the past 50 years [3]. It gained a lot of publicity, not only in the scientific community, but also in the media. The media
love such headlines and in the last twenty years it has become common knowledge to practically everybody on this planet that deteriorating sperm quality is a fact.

Keeping in mind the retrospective nature of Carlsen’s data, dating back as far as 1938, with lack of information on specimen collection and analysis, the message might not be so clear-cut after all. Moreover, it is known, that there exist large within-subject variations in semen parameters in healthy men, including sperm count and sperm motility [4]. Between 1996 and 2010 a large cross-sectional study of 4,867 Danish men (median age 19 years) was carried out to scrutinize whether a decline in sperm quality could be observed [5]. The authors concluded that this was not the case. However, only 23% of the participants had optimal sperm parameters. The Danish health authorities’ comment on the outcome of the study was that no conclusions could be drawn from the afore-mentioned historic data, as there were too many uncertainties involved. However, they raised a cautious flag and advised that sperm quality should be monitored even in the future [6, 7].

Coming back to mobile phone users, which conclusions can be drawn from the study at hand? Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to this question, but to be on the safe side for men on the verge of infertility, “don’t grill your testicles” seems to be reasonable advice. They might be better off with their phone kept in a higher position, farther away from the scrotum.

(see source link for references)
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Source: Central European Journal of Urology, Stefan Buntrock, 13 Apr 2014

Cindy Sage on Wi-Fi in schools (guest on Boil the frog slowly Show)
USA Created: 25 Aug 2014
Cindy has been involved in EMF issues as an environmental consultant and public policy researcher since 1982. She has provided professional consulting services to cities, counties, various states and a national EMF policy group on the issue of EMF policy and prudent avoidance.

Listen to the interview here:
http://boilthefrogradio.com/cindy-sage-interview/

Cindy Sage is the co-owner of Sage Associates in Santa Barbara, CA. Sage Associates is an internationally known environmental sciences consulting firm. The company specializes in translating complex technical and scientific information for the public and decision-makers. Her specialty area of practice is the science and public health effects of electromagnetic fields and radiofrequency radiation (non-ionizing radiation).

She is the co-editor and principal author of the BioInitiative Reports (2007 and 2012) and a founder of the international BioInitiative Working Group. Ms. Sage has published many scientific studies on electromagnetic fields and radiofrequency radiation, including science, public health, public policy, and environmental consequences of exposures to EMF and RFR. She was the co-facilitator of the Collaborative for Health and the Environment EMF Group from 2006-2011 and is a full member of the Bioelectromagnetics Society. She has presented the BioInitiative Report at the Royal Society of London meetings (2007, 2009) and co-authored the 2010 Seletun (Norway) Scientific Consensus Statement on Wireless RFR Risks.

Cindy has provided expert testimony and scientific briefings to the European Environmental Agency (Denmark), the European Commission (Brussels), UK Health Protection Agency, UK Children with Leukemia registered charity, and various international health agencies, US Department of Justice, FCC, FDA, public utilites commissions, LEED, state legislative committees, and numerous state and municipal agencies and commissions. In 2002, she consulted with the California Department of Education on new EMF Title 5 School Siting Policies, and briefed the California Energy Commission Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) committee on EMF/RFR recommended exposure levels.
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Source: Boil the frog slowly Show, Cindy Sage, 24 Jul 2014

LYING IS AN ECONOMIC NECESSITY
Finland Created: 23 Aug 2014
This is the next in a series of guest blogs on BRHP - The opinions expressed in it are of Olli Tammilehto himself. Publication of these opinions in BRHP does not imply that BRHP automatically agrees with or endorses these opinions. Publication of this, and other guest blogs, is to assist in development of an open debate and free exchange of opinions on RF and health.
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LYING IS AN ECONOMIC NECESSITY
Science and the corporate interests
by Olli Tammilehto

An civilized person thinks usually that natural science is above politics. Especially men and women with a scientific education and rational world view believe that unlike social science natural science is independent of values and social goals.

However, ordinary people lacking the light of civilization are not willing to believe this. Its folk wisdom says: “He who pays the piper calls the tune.” And somebody is paying also for scientists, isn’t it?

*SNIP* read the entire article via the source link below...
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Source: BRHP blog, Olli Tammilehto, 23 Aug 2014

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