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Anonymous
# Posted: 17 Mar 2006 19:21
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T-Mobile and WHO

"Based on more than 40 years of research, T-Mobile is confident its base stations, operating within strict national and international guidelines - which are recognised by the World Health Organisation - do not present a health risk to anyone."

http://www.mast-victims.org/index.php?content=journal&action=view&type =journal&id=79

Realise:
http://www.who.int/peh-emf/meetings/hypersens_wgrep_oct04.pdf

(iii) Report on POLICY OPTIONS, COMMUNICATIONS WITH IEI INDIVIDUALS AND RECOMMENDATIONS TO NATIONAL AUTHORITIES
Rapporteur: Jill Meara, National Radiological Protection Board, United Kingdom
Participants:
Pavel Sistek, National Reference Laboratory on Non-Ionizing EMF, Czech Republic
Wendla Paile, STUK - Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority, Finland
Fabriziomaria Gobba, University of Modena & Reggio Emilia, Italy
Christopher Muller, ergonomie & technologie (e&t) GmbH, Switzerland
Emilie van Deventer, World Health Organization, Switzerland
INFORMATION FOR GENERAL PUBLIC
WHO to develop a general fact sheet that includes the following points:
- range of symptoms of IEI
- no attribution of causality to EMF
- do not include prevalence of EHS but rather prevalence of the different symptoms (and longstanding history of these) in general population
- do warn against commercial products to shield against EMF
- discourage measurements in homes
- exclude underlying somatic disease by usual physical examination
- no proof of any correlation between these symptoms and later diseases
- reminder of basic physics (NIR vs. IR, etc)
- recovery is certainly possible without taking drastic measures
- stress due to introduction of new technologies
- need for coping strategies

INFORMATION FOR PHYSICIANS
- Information regarding ill-defined symptoms and undifferentiated illness should be included in post-graduate training
- Experts should develop an international protocol for physicians that includes current diagnosis and treatment information
- National governments should develop tailored information for medical practitioners

ADVICE TO GOVERNMENTS
Governments need to put the issue of IEI into their general risk communication strategies.
They also need to address the following issues:
- Patients have real symptoms, some of which are attributed to EMF, but there is no scientific evidence of causal link, therefore no grounds to use IEI as a diagnostic classification for handicap status. But symptoms could be used as a classification.
- No indication that lowering the limits would reduce the prevalence of symptoms attributed to EMF
- Discourage measurements in homes
- Develop appropriate interaction with self-help groups
- Anticipate problems with new technologies, and provide balanced information, promote dialogue. Note different attitude taken for new pharmaceuticals, both before introduction and post-marketing surveillance. Possible role for complaints registers?



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Agnes
# Posted: 30 May 2006 06:01
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So pls. explain this:
http://www.ecolog-institut.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Publikationen/MOBI LFUNK_2000_T-Mobil_incl_E.pdf
Regards.
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