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Waterloo man blames Wi-Fi for sickness (2012)
Canada Created: 14 Oct 2017
WATERLOO — When Howard Kalnitsky started experiencing heart problems 15 years ago at age 34, he wasn’t sure what to think.
After years of medication, he now says he’s affected by electromagnetic hypersensitivity — a nervous system reaction to wireless radiation from cellphones, internet and other technologies.
“My wife said that I had turned into this old, frail man overnight,” Kalnitsky said.
But the question of whether electromagnetic fields actually make people sick is a matter of debate.
Health Canada says there is no scientific evidence proving symptoms of apparent electromagnetic hypersensitivity are actually caused by electromagnetic fields.
“If you have a look at the body of evidence, there is no indication that technology such as Wi-Fi and cellphones represent a health concern,” said Dr. Hsiu-Li Wang, associate medical officer of health with Region of Waterloo Public Health.
“We do know that it is a field of ongoing study and that’s a good thing. We do know that Health Canada continues to monitor the science.”
Magda Havas disagrees. She is associate professor of environmental and resource studies at Trent University in Peterborough and has researched electromagnetic hypersensitivity for two decades.
Symptoms include everything from headaches, trouble concentrating and difficulty with short term memory to heart problems, mood disorders and anxiety.
“This issue is not going to go away,” Havas said. “It’s going to get a lot worse.”
Children, the elderly and those with weak immune systems are more likely to develop symptoms, Havas said.
Kalnitsky says he self-diagnosed after speaking with an expert. He unplugged his wireless internet, mobile and cordless phones for a few days. The difference was drastic.
“The next day after I had disconnected, I felt different, I felt energy,” he said. “I’ve been perfectly healthy with no arhythmia for more than a year.”
Kalnitsky’s doctor, Dr. Kathleen Debrosian, declined comment to The Record to confirm his diagnosis.
The Women’s College Hospital Environmental Health Clinic in Toronto is one of the few places to provide electromagnetic hypersensitivity diagnoses.
Dr. Riina Bray is medical director of the clinic and sees about 50 patients per year she says are affected.
“Maybe one per cent of the population (is affected),” she said. “We really don’t know.”
The legislation covering the level of radiation broadcasting and telecommunications devices can emit here is Safety Code 6. Industry Canada governs the legislation, which is based on Health Canada recommendations. It says 1000 microwatts per centimetre squared can be emitted constantly to be safe.
Havas said countries like Russia have much lower thresholds.
Bray said skeptics and government need to do their homework.
“It’s a real thing,” she said. “It’s not a psychological problem.”
Judi Francioso of Cambridge said her family suffered headaches, heart palpitations and other symptoms after a smart meter was installed at the home in June 2010.
She wants people to take the problem seriously.
“We sufferers sound pretty stupid talking about this when no one else can feel this,” she said.
After being diagnosed at Bray’s clinic, Francioso fought for months to have her smart meter replaced with one connected to a land line. Symptoms have improved little since the meter was replaced earlier this year.
Kalnitsky says he will meet with city officials and talk about where cellphone towers are placed. But he may be out of luck.
The ultimate administration over where towers go is left to the federal government.
“I certainly empathize with the symptoms that (Kalnitsky) is reporting,” said Peter Braid, MP for Kitchener-Waterloo. “These policies are based on science and, according to Health Canada, there is nothing — no evidence of radiofrequency signals causing adverse health effects.”
He said if that were to change, so too would policy.
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Source: Toronto Metro, Metroland News Service staff, 29 Oct 2012

InPower Episode #1: A Mass Action of Liability
Canada Created: 10 Sep 2017
The InPower Docu-Series illustrates a powerful new method to restore social justice and accountability. Episode #1 focuses on solving the ‘smart’ meter problem: how we can prevent and reverse the installation of this dangerous technology, through holding corporate executives and government actors financially accountable — for the first time ever. And in so doing, we can restore safety in our homes, and bring balance to our world.

First, watch episode #1: https://youtu.be/NtIYFCjUTSo

and then go to: https://inpowermovement.com/
to sign up for notification of episode #2.
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Source: InPower Movement, 26 Aug 2017

Liability Game-Changer: Hawaiian Electric switches to an "opt in" proposal!
Canada Created: 22 Aug 2017
Friday night I received positive news from safe meter advocate Debra Greene PhD which was so compelling that it has become the first InPowered Podcast installment.

https://youtu.be/AagT9eaAWwA

Here's the gist of what she told me:
- In Early 2017, several dozen Notices of Liability (and Non-Consent) were sent to the Hawaiian Electric utility heads, who were planning on blanket-installing 'smart' meters.

- Now, Hawaiian Electric has announced their COMPLETE SHIFT to an "opt in" plan -- in which the utility must receive explicit consent from the homeowner in order to install a 'smart' meter!

- Not only that, but the utility strangely denied that they ever even had a plan for blanket installation, despite it being openly stated for years.

This significant development is the first incident we know of where a state's major utility has changed policy to "opt in".

Go here for my 20-minute conversation (via YouTube video) with Debra:
https://youtu.be/AagT9eaAWwA

The evidence is clear: execs and officials (who are involved in causing harm) fear being held accountable in a commercial liability action.

As far as I can tell, we are on to something big. More news coming soon...
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Source: InPower Movement, Josh del Sol, 22 Aug 2017

Solution To The 'Smart' Meter Problem: THE INPOWER LIABILITY ACTION PROCESS
Canada Created: 15 Aug 2017
THE INPOWER LIABILITY ACTION PROCESS
Q: What is the Liability Action (or Notice of Liability (NOL)) process?
"By protecting our individual rights, we are protecting all life."
A: The NOL process is a mass action of people protecting their rights and enforcing liability for harm caused by "smart" meters. It is a powerful lawful remedy for individuals and groups to place liability regarding the various harms caused the smart meter agenda, onto those responsible or complicit with it. It is a comprehensive multi-round process, based upon sending a series of Notices -- pre-written templates customized for each participant -- which establish a framework for contractually-enforceable individual liability.

Over the past several years as "smart" meters have been rolled out throughout North America, we've seen other traditional legal approaches, complaints and appeals fail to achieve success thus far, as there appears to be an enormous level of systemic corruption and collusion involved, and those causing the harm are simply ignoring complaints. In contrast, the NOL process enables participants to access and reclaim their full unalienable rights, and uses the corporate system's own rules against them to enforce corporate and individual liability.

In essence, utilities are changing the terms of their service contracts with each customer, without the disclosure of facts. They are also using "implied consent" to assume a customer agrees -- even if the customer says they do not but uses an "incorrect" method of communication.

What the NOL does is recognize that a utility's desire to install a "smart" meter is a contractual offer, for which, in a written Notice, we conditionally accept if they can disprove our affidavit (a document we verify as true), point-by-point, in an affidavit of their own. If they cannot do so, our affidavit and terms stand, and each Respondent* is individually subject to the terms of our conditional acceptance. These terms include a fee schedule of a dollar amount of your choosing (as you have the power to create terms), per day that they would be in violation of your terms. These amounts are fully enforceable, and subsequent document templates and plans for enforcement are in place. Respondents are unable to disprove the statements made in the NOL or the facts used in the affidavit, because our facts are true and verifiable, whereas the propaganda they use is not.

The NOL process implements Contract Law, Common Law, Commercial Law (Uniform Commercial Code) and Law Merchant. It is multi-faceted, and operates in multiple jurisdictions. The NOL is based upon a higher level of understanding of how this system has been created & operates.

* - Respondents are utility execs and gov't officials who are promoting (or not yet openly opposing) the "smart" meter agenda.
Note about "smart" meter harm: For admissions from industry that utilities use "smart" meters to capture and monetize unlawful in-home surveillance data from YOUR home, see: www.bit.ly/smartspying1 and www.bit.ly/smartspying2. "Smart" meters also cause risks to your health, fires, hacking, and overbilling. These are all likewise now proven. (See the documentary Take Back Your Power.)

Q: What are the results so far?
While the process will soon be openly available, there have been 3 "seed" groups in North America using this process to address the 'smart' meter issue. More than 250 individuals have participated at this early stage. The early results, though still somewhat speculative, appear to indicate a correlation between the liability being enforced and several Respondents resigning or not seeking reelection. However, many within industry or government will not admit to the NOL being a factor.

As an example, Corix Utilities CEO Brett Hodson received more than 100 Notices of Liability ("round 1") and or Notices of Fault ("round 2") from participants in BC. Five days later, his unplanned resignation was internally announced, and covered in Business In Vancouver.
Eight Seattle City Councilmembers received Notice of Default ("round 3") from 20 participants in Seattle, contractually being bound to $2.6M per month of liability. In the weeks that followed, 3 of these 8 announced they were quitting politics. Two of these, according to insiders, were entirely unexpected. And one quit before her term was up. Later, the utility CEO also resigned.
In Michigan, 4 of the 8 Respondents who were at the MPSC no longer appeared to be at the company within several months of being on the receiving end of the liability action. A city attorney also resigned 1 month after receiving the process, stating that the utility DTE has a budget of $20M per year to 'lobby' state legislators. And, the MI Attorney General began calling for a free opt-out, after being on the receiving end of the process. (At first, he attempted to refuse the documents; so Claimants arranged to have him served in person.) Are all of these results merely a staggeringly improbable "coincidence"? It is doubtful. One thing we know is that these indications are consistent with results of an individual application of the NOL process previous to "smart" meters, in which more than a dozen public officials stepped down from regional to federal levels.

In other cases, safe analog meters have been protected and not replaced with "smart" meters. The goal is that, by numbers of people engaging in this powerful process, the "smart" meter agenda will be discontinued. We are seeing confidence-boosting signs this will happen in conjunction with insider admissions that "smart" meters are both unlawful and harmful on multiple levels.
Note: when a Respondent leaves office, the liability remains attached to both their office and them as an individual.
Note: anyone can do the NOL process, no matter if they have an analog meter, a "smart" meter, or anything in between.

DOCUMENT TEMPLATES, VIDEOS, GUIDES: http://www.InPowerMovement.com
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Source: InPower Movement, Josh del Sol, 14 Aug 2017

Frank Clegg was the president of Microsoft Canada. Now he's leading a charge to change Canada's technology rules. (2013)
Canada Created: 11 Jul 2017
Frank Clegg wasn’t always an activist - Quite the contrary.

He spent 14 years at Microsoft Canada before retiring as president in 2005. Before that tech giant, Clegg put in a dozen years at IBM.

But in the years since, Clegg has been a driving force behind a number of not-so-corporate causes. There was Citizens for Clean Air (C4CA), the grassroots group that waged war on plans to build an Oakville power plant.

There was the proposed quarry in Melancthon that would have dug up hundreds of hectares of rich farmland to get at the limestone underneath.

Since claiming victory in both those battles, Clegg has found what would seem an unlikely new cause, given his career in the tech industry: electromagnetic radiation (EMR), the radiation emitted from technological devices.

Canadians for Safe Technology, or C4ST, is a grassroots advocacy group that wants an overhaul of federal policy on the radiation emitted from what’s now ubiquitous technology: cellphones, wi-fi, baby monitors, cell towers.

Its members have campaigned against wireless routers in schools, cell towers in residential areas and called for reviews of federal rules governing EMR, citing World Health Organization research that found the radiation to be possibly carcinogenic.

Clegg was approached by concerned residents in early 2012, he said, after some cell towers were put up on an Oakville street.

Intrigued, he began scouring research done on the topic and taking readings of radiation near the towers.

“It was just off the charts,” said Clegg. “I thought, ‘There’s something here, it’s just not right.’”

The cause had found a champion.

As the number of cell towers has exploded across the country, so has opposition to them. Municipalities have no say in where the federally regulated towers go, which has frustrated local politicians and residents. And research, including the World Health Organization’s, has, controversially, cast doubt on the long-term safety of radiofrequency emissions.

Health Canada’s Safety Code 6 lays out standards for radiofrequency emissions. Earlier this year, the federal health agency asked the Royal Society of Canada for an independent expert assessment of the policy. That process has become marred in controversy after red flags were raised about a possible conflict of interest involving the University of Ottawa professor tipped to chair the panel.

Chair Dr. Daniel Krewski resigned in July. C4ST continues to raise concerns about other members of the panel.

Clegg was born and raised in tiny Bradford, Ont., on a farm that raised cattle and later, hogs. He went to the University of Waterloo and from there, to IBM. At no stage was he an activist.

“I’d never done anything, I’d never been involved in any advocacy,” said Clegg. “It was a gradual process.”

It started some time around 2003, when Det. Sgt. Paul Gillespie, who built the child exploitation section of the Toronto police, wrote an angry email to Bill Gates about the difficulty police — trained to work the streets, not the Internet — faced tracking down online predators.

Gates ordered Microsoft Canada, of which Clegg was president, to do something about it.

The result was CETS, the Child Exploitation Tracking System, now used around the world.

“We ended up building a system to help police catch pedophiles on the Internet, so that was just an amazing, amazing opportunity to learn and contribute,” said Clegg. “It was as rewarding as any award I ever got at Microsoft.”

Clegg also got involved with CNIB, formerly the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, helping to create a digital library for people who are visually impaired. The tech executive crisscrossed the country with the organization’s then-president who was visually impaired and running an organization with more people than Microsoft.

“It just gave me a whole different perspective on, you know, as a company you can have more of an impact with people and, quite frankly in the press, by doing amazing things.”

By 2004, it was time for a break. Clegg took a sabbatical from Microsoft to travel with his wife and two daughters.

“During that time, you get a chance to think and reflect on your life,” said Clegg. By the time he got back, he knew he didn’t want to return to his former role. He tried to retire.

“I’m doing a terrible job,” said Clegg.

He’s still in the business world, working on a software startup and sitting on several company boards.

And then, of course, the community causes. To those who shake their heads at the former tech exec leading the charge for tighter rules on electromagnetic radiation, Clegg said it’s about balance.

“I’ve seen the amazing things technology can do, this incredible impact it can have on people’s lives . . . I’m all for that. I just think we need to be smart about how we deploy it,” said Clegg.

That starts with updating Canada’s standards, he said.

“We need to rewrite this whole system,” said Clegg. “I’m optimistic. We started this whole power plant battle and people said, ‘Nobody’s ever knocked out a power plant in North America. We said, ‘Well, it just needs to be done.’ I have the same optimism that if we get to the right people in government, they’ll pay attention and change it.”
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Source: The Star, Jessica McDiarmid, 02 Sep 2013

Conservative MP calls for greater warning labels on cell phones (2015)
Canada Created: 25 Jun 2017
Conservative MP Terence Young says he has multi-party support for his Private Member’s Bill to place safety warnings on Cell phones and Wifi routers sold in Canada.

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Source: GlobalNews, 19 Jan 2015

Major Canadian Study Finds Cell Phone Use Significantly Increases Risk for Brain Cancer
Canada Created: 1 Jun 2017
A new report published this week in American Journal of Epidemiology confirms that Canadians who have used cellphones for 558 hours or more have more than a doubled risk of brain cancer. These important findings strengthen the association between cell phone use and glioma, which is an aggressive brain cancer.

The original 13-nation Interphone study for the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization reported a 40% increase in brain cancer for those using phones for 1640 lifetime hours. This new study found that Canadians had more than a doubled glioma risk when they were analyzed apart from the 12 other countries.

"This study adds more evidence linking cell phone use with brain cancer. We believe the criteria has been met for radio frequency radiation to be classified as a probable human carcinogen. Governments need to take immediate action to inform the public and enact protective policies," stated Dr. Anthony Miller, a senior advisor to the World Health Organization and scientific advisor to the Environmental Health Trust. Miller recently presented a 2017 review of the current peer reviewed science linking phone radiation to cancer at an international conference on Wireless and Health at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies organized in cooperation with the U.S. National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and Environmental Health Trust.

"Governments have allowed this technology to pervade our lives saying it did not have proof it could harm us. This latest analysis of Canadian Interphone study data that found a statistically significant doubling of risk for glioma among cell phone users with only 558 lifetime hours of use," stated Dr. Devra Davis, President and Founder of Environmental Health Trust. Davis points out, "It doesn't take long for most teenagers to surge past that amount cell phone use."

Davis cautions about the rollout of 5G, "Not only does 5G plan to utilize cell phone frequencies, it also aims to incorporate millimeter waves that are frequencies already used at higher power as military weapons. Acknowledging the scientific evidence we have, how can this 5G rollout continue?"

Reference
Momoli F, Siemiatycki J, McBride ML, Parent ME, Richardson L, Bedard D, Platt R, Vrijheid M, Cardis E, Krewski D. Probabilistic multiple-bias modelling applied to the Canadian data from the INTERPHONE study of mobile phone use and risk of glioma, meningioma, acoustic neuroma, and parotid gland tumors. Am J Epidemiol. 2017 May 23. doi: 10.1093/aje/kwx157. [Epub ahead of print]

About Environmental Health Trust
Environmental Health Trust (EHT) educates individuals, health professionals and communities about controllable environmental health risks and policy changes needed to reduce those risks. Currently EHT is raising health concerns about cell phones and wireless in schools and recommends practical steps to reduce exposures. The Environmental Health Trust maintains a regularly updated database of worldwide precautionary policies on cell phone radiation and health. The foundation's website is the go-to place for clear, science-based information to prevent disease.

Please visit http://www.EHtrust.org and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EHTrust/

Additional Resources
Epidemiology of Cell Phones and Other Wireless Transmitting Devices – An Update

Lecture by Dr. Anthony Miller
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBIYqiyXJHQ
PDF of Dr. Anthony Miller January 25, 2017 IIAS Presentation
https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Anthony-Miller.pdf

Expert Forum on Wireless and Health, Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, Videos of Lectures and Presentation Slides
http://ehtrust.org/science/key-scientific-lectures/2017-expert-forum-wireless-radiation-human-health

Environmental Health Trust database of worldwide policies on cell phone radiation and health.
https://ehtrust.org/policy/international-policy-actions-on-wireless/

Commentary by Researcher Elisabeth Cardis on cell phone radiation research
GROWING EVIDENCE FOR THE LINK BETWEEN MOBILE PHONES AND CANCER, Barcelona Institute for Global Health
http://www.crealradiation.com/index.php/en/news/ge
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Source: Environmental Health Trust, Devra Davis, 31 May 2017

Airline pilot has nowhere to escape from wireless radiation (2012)
Canada Created: 19 May 2017
Professional pilot Melissa Chalmers has moved twice in 10 months to escape wireless radiation and worries she’s running out of places to hide.

The commercial pilot of 20 years is on sick leave. She suffers from sensitivity to electromagnetic waves — the invisible waves given off by almost everything electric, in particular, those emitted by communication towers that are popping up across Canada.

Chalmers, who lives near Grand Bend on Lake Huron, may be moving again because of a new a cell tower not far from her forested home.

“They have put a tower up down the road. I’m just waiting for it to be turned on and then I will probably have to leave the home,” she said.

Chalmers first noticed, about two-and-a-half years ago when she lived in London, that the nausea she felt when she was in her apartment subsided when she left.

Cellphones, cellphone towers, wireless internet routers, cordless phones and power lines have all been recognized as possible contributors to electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EMS), which is caused by significant exposure from radio waves.

EMS symptoms include poor sleep, fatigue, headache, nausea, dizziness, heart palpitations, memory impairment and skin rashes.

Dr. Riina Bray, medical director, Environmental Health Clinic, Toronto’s Women College Hospital, is a leading physician on EMS and its symptoms.

“I’m just basically seeing more and more folks with electro hypersensitivity . . . there is a small fraction of the population who are hypersensitive and the WHO (World Health Organization) supports that phenomenon as being real,” she told the Star.

“With the continuous onslaught of this stuff in our society it is very hard for these folks . . . to get better faster.”

“If I have to move again,” Chalmers told the Star, “it will be three times since Christmas, so I am getting pretty tired of moving and I really don’t know where I am going to go at this point.”

Critics say if Industry Canada, which has total control over telecommunications, has its way there will be no place for people such as Chalmers to live.

Industry Canada did not respond to a Star request for an interview.

Bray said the public should not have to prove harm. “It should be done by industry and government,” she says.

Municipalities that have tried to control the number and location of cells towers say Industry Canada has told them it would block any attempt to usurp its powers.

The municipality of Lambton Shore near Lake Huron found out where it stood when it mused about creating a community, Port Franks, free of wireless radiation as did Oakville when it introduced its own protocol calling for a 200-metre setback.

“I went to that meeting in Oakville where it was discussed and it became very clear from Industry Canada and Health Canada that they were not going to change, they were not listening. They were there to dictate,” said Frank Klegg, a retired Microsoft Canada president, who is now head of Citizens For Safe Technology (C4ST).

Klegg said C4ST wants to work with the federal government to establish so-called white zones across the country where people who are sensitive to wireless radiation can seek refuge.

Oakville Mayor Rob Burton said the federal government doesn’t even consult the municipality on 95 per cent of the applications to erect cell towers and for the remaining 5 per cent he suggested the consultation is little more than lip service.

“What shocks me is the federal government pretending that we have a say,” Burton said.

“Our protocol is designed to get us out of the line of fire . . . we have turned away seven or eight now (but) then the proponent then goes to Industry Canada (which) gives them the go-ahead,” he said.
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Source: Toronto Star, Richard J. Brennan, 17 Oct 2012

Feds Undermine Secret Wireless Warnings, As Evidence of Harm Mounts
Canada Created: 30 Apr 2017
Ottawa – A CBC investigation revealed that cell phones exceed maximum permitted exposures during normal use, and expose Canadians to three to four times more radiofrequency energy than measured during testing per regulations. Since 81% of Canadians are unaware of fine print warnings in the phone or manual, they naturally hold cell phones against ears and carry phones in pockets. Few people distance wireless devices from the body by at least 5 to 20 mm for phones and 20+ cm for tablets.

In response to CBC, the federal government alleges that phones are still “safe” when exposure standards are exceeded.

Claims of outright safety is a departure from Health Canada’s precautionary approaches instituted following the Krever Commission into the tainted blood supply, to acknowledge uncertainties and not to await complete proof of potential harm before taking reasonable action (such as public education). Instead, Health Canada is awaiting consensus that the totality of science shows biological effects that are adverse – a near-impossible bar of proof in a world of industry-sponsored generation of doubt and regulatory capture.

Health Canada refers to a “safety margin.” This is a 10-fold lowering of the exposure limit to extrapolate from laboratory animals to healthy workers, and 5-fold to go from healthy adults to our most vulnerable, including children. “If cell phone radiation was a chemical contaminant, regulators would apply greater “uncertainty” (not “safety”) factors, providing greater protection. If drinking water or air was much more polluted than allowed, we would see action,” said Meg Sears, Chair of Prevent Cancer Now. “Public health needs protective limits and relevant testing. At a minimum we need education to put a distance between devices and our bodies. Instead, the federal government is denying and compounding the problem, by accepting compliance testing that is known to be inadequate, undermining their own standards and encouraging complacency.”

Canada restricts human exposure to microwave/radiofrequency radiation (RFR) to prevent excessive tissue heating, but extensive research reports biological effects at lower (non-thermal) levels. In laboratories, non-thermal effects are seen in biological systems, and in industries chemists exploit non-thermal effects to speed reactionswith low energy input.

In short, industries are commercializing what Health Canada alleges is impossible.

These non-thermal effects include DNA damage and oxidative stress, which can contribute to cancers. In 2011, a Panel of the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer found that RFR possibly causes cancer. Research has progressed, and 2017 reviews from India, Sweden, and Polandconclude that cell phone use is probably or certainly linked with increased risk of brain tumours, most notably in long-term cellphone users with more cumulative hours, and in those who started using cell phones at younger ages. In January 2017, renowned Canadian cancer epidemiologist Dr. Anthony Miller, leading an expert scientific group, stated that the evidence that RFR causes cancer has strengthened considerablysince 2011. In the US, brain tumours have overtaken leukemia and lymphoma as the most common cancer in adolescents.

When contacted by Prevent Cancer Now, Edmonton neuro-oncologistDr. Jacob Easawconfirmed, "younger patients with brain tumours are presenting more frequently to my clinics. One possible explanation is the use of cell phones. Younger patients may especially be at risk because of thinner skulls and developing/maturing brains.”

Dr. Easaw is working with Dr. Faith Davis to establish a Canadian brain tumour registry, but making a link with cell phones is difficult – it is hard for people to recall how they used a phone. He wondered if there could be an app for that, “you would think it would be possible to track how a phone is used and where it is stored near the body.”

Tumours are also being seen in locations where phones were habitually stored such as the breast – something that is worth tracking. When asked about reporting ill effects associated with wireless devices, Health Canada merely indicated that problems should be reported online, as for other consumer products. “Surely a tumour mirroring where a cell phone was used or stored should be reported to Health Canada differently from a defunct toaster,” observed Sears. “This important medical information needs to be collected.”

Dr. Easaw concludes, “Importantly, the CBC investigation suggests that there should be an immediate re-examination of safety testing procedures for wireless devices to more clearly reflect how these devices are used.”

For more information, please contact:

Meg Sears PhD,
Chair and Scientific Lead, Prevent Cancer Now
613 297-6042
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Source: Prevent Cancer Now, Meg Sears, 31 Mar 2017

Special Report: The Secret inside your Phone (a MUST WATCH)!
Canada Created: 25 Mar 2017
As new science fuels the debate about cellphone safety, we take a closer look at a little known message inside your cellphone's settings and manual telling you to keep the device 5 to 15 mm away from your body. We ask why this message exists, why it's so hidden, and whether Health Canada is doing enough to protect us.

Watch this special report here (22 min.):
https://youtu.be/Wm69ik_Qdb8
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Source: CBC The National, 24 Mar 2017

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