William Rea, MD

Founder and director of Center for Environmental Health, former President of Dallas, American Academy of Environmetal Medicine

Sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation is the emerging health problem of the 21st century. It is imperative that health professionals, governments, schools and parents learn more about it. The risks to human health are significant“.


Martin Blank, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons; Researcher in Bioelectromagnetics; Author of the stress protein section of the BioInitiative Report

“The body’s cells react to electromagnetic fields as potentially harmful, as they do to other environmental toxins, including heavy metals and toxic chemicals. The DNA of living cells recognises electromagnetic fields at very low levels of exposure; and produces a biochemical stress response. Scientific evidence tells us that our safety standards are inadequate and that we must protect ourselves from EMF exposure. This exposure is from power lines, mobile phones and the like, or risk the known consequences. The science is very sound and we should sit up and take notice.

Olle Johansson, Ph. D.

Associate Professor, Unit of Experimental Dermatology, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden; Author of the Immune System section of the BioInitiative Report

“It is clear that several biological alterations, including modulation of the immune system, are present in electrohypersensitive individuals. The widespread indifference, indifference and lack of sincere respect for the plight of these people must stop. It is clear that something serious has happened and is happening. All aspects of electrohypersensitive people’s lives are at stake, including the ability to work productively in society, have healthy relationships and find safe and permanent housing.

The basic elements of life are increasingly inaccessible to a growing percentage of the world’s population. I strongly encourage all governments to take the issue of electromagnetic health hazards seriously and to act while there is still time. There is too great a risk that the ever-increasing RF-based communications technologies pose a real danger to humans, especially because of their exponential, continuous and uncontrolled growth. Governments must act decisively to protect public health. This action would be by changing exposure standards to be biologically based, communicating the results of independent science on this issue and aggressively investigating the links to a multitude of associated medical conditions.

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David Carpenter, MD

Professor, Environmental Health Sciences and Director, Institute for Health and Environment, School of Public Health, University at Albany, SUNY Co-Editor, The BioInitiative Report ( )

Electromagnetic fields are massless packets of energy, and visible light is what we know best. X-rays are also electromagnetic fields, but they are more energetic than visible light. Our concern is with those electromagnetic fields that are less energetic than visible light, including those associated with electricity and those used for communications and in microwave ovens. Fields associated with electricity are commonly referred to as “extremely low frequency” (ELF) fields. While those used in communications and microwave ovens are called “radio frequency” (RF) fields. Studies in people have shown that both ELF and RF exposure increase the risk of cancer. This occurs at intensities too low to cause tissue heating.

Unfortunately, all of our exposure standards are based on the false assumption that there are no hazardous effects at intensities that do not cause tissue heating. Based on existing science, many public health experts believe that we may face an epidemic of cancers in the future. This epidemic would be a result of uncontrolled mobile phone use and increased exposure of the population to WiFi and other wireless devices. Therefore, it is important that all of us, and especially children, restrict the use of mobile phones, limit exposure to background levels of Wi-Fi. In addition, government and industry need to find ways to allow the use of wireless devices without such a high risk of serious illness. We need to educate decision-makers that “business as usual” is unacceptable. “The importance of this public health issue cannot be underestimated”.


Magda Havas, PhD

Associate Professor, Environment and Resource Studies, Trent University, Canada.

Expert on radiofrequency radiation, electromagnetic fields, dirty electricity and ground current.

“Radiofrequency radiation and other forms of electromagnetic pollution are harmful in orders of magnitude well below existing guidelines. Science is one of the tools society uses to decide health policy. In the case of telecommunications equipment, such as mobile phones, wireless networks, mobile phone antennas, PDAs and portable phones, science is being ignored. The current guidelines need to be urgently re-examined by the government and scaled down to reflect the state of science. An emerging public health crisis is looming and time is of the essence.

Whitney North Seymour, Jr. Esq.

Retired Attorney; Former New York State Senator and U.S. Attorney, Co-Founder of the Southern District of NY , Natural Resources Defense Council

“Electromagnetic radiation is a very serious human health and environmental problem that needs immediate Congressional attention. The BioInitiative Report is an important milestone in understanding the health risks of wireless technology. Every responsible elected official owes it to their constituents to learn and act on its findings and policy recommendations.”

B. Blake Levitt

Former New York Times journalist and author of Electromagnetic Fields, A Consumer’s Guide to the Issues and How to Protect Ourselves, and editor of Cell Towers, Wireless Convenience? Or Environmental Hazard?

Man-made environmental electromagnetic fields (EMFs), across a range of frequencies, are a serious environmental problem. Yet most environmentalists know little about it, perhaps because the subject has been the province of physicists and engineers for so long. Biologists have lost touch with the fundamental inclusion of electromagnetism in the biological paradigm. All living cells, and indeed all living things, regardless of genus or species, are coherent dynamic electrical systems totally dependent on bioelectricity for the most basic metabolic processes of life. It turns out that most living things are fantastically sensitive to small EMF exposures. Living cells interpret such exposures as part of our normal cellular activities (think heartbeat, brain waves, cell division itself, etc.).

The problem is, man-made electromagnetic exposures are not “normal”. They are artificial artefacts, with unusual intensities, signalling characteristics, pulse patterns and waveforms, which do not exist in nature. And they can misdirect cells in many ways. All aspects of the ecosystem can be affected, including all living species of animals, humans, plants and even micro-organisms in water and soil. We are already seeing problems in sentinel species such as birds, bats and bees. Wildlife is known to leave areas when mobile phone towers are placed.

Radio Frequency Radiation (RF), the part of the electromagnetic spectrum used today in everything wireless, is a known immune system suppressor, among other things. RF is a form of energy pollution of the air and should be understood as such. Humans are not the only species affected. The health of our planet may be endangered by this new environmental concern, on top of all the others. Citizens must call on the government to fund proper research and take the industry’s influence out of the dialogue. We ignore this at our own risk.

Eric Braverman, MD

Brain researcher, author of The Edge Effect and director of Path Medical in New York City and The PATH Foundation. Expert on the global impact of the brain on disease and health.

“There is no doubt that electromagnetic fields have a major effect on neurological functioning. They slow down our brain waves and affect our long-term mental clarity. We should minimise exposures as much as possible to optimise neurotransmitter levels and prevent health deterioration.

Abraham R. Liboff, PhD

Research Professor Center for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida Co-Editor, Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine

“The key point about electromagnetic pollution that the public needs to realise is that the intensity need not be great for a biological interaction to occur. There is now considerable evidence that extremely weak signals can have physiological consequences. These interactive intensities are approximately 1000 times smaller than the threshold values previously estimated by otherwise well-informed theorists. Those who, in their vainglorious approach to science, rejected all evidence to the contrary as inconsistent with their grand calculations. These flawed threshold estimates have yet to be corrected, both by regulators and the media.”

The general problem with environmental electromagnetism is much deeper, not only concerning power line frequencies, but also in the radio frequency range covered by mobile phones. Here, the public’s continued exposure to electromagnetic radiation is largely related to money. Indeed, the tens of billions of dollars in sales found in the mobile phone industry make it mandatory for corporate leaders to instinctively deny any hint of danger.

There may be hope for the future, knowing that weakly intense electromagnetic interactions can be used for both good and ill. The fact that such fields are biologically effective also implies the likelihood of medical applications, something that is happening now. As this happens, I believe it will make us more aware of how our bodies react to electromagnetism. What should be even clearer to all concerned is that there is reason to be very, very careful about environmental electromagnetic fields.

Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD

Professor at Orebro University Hospital, Sweden. World-renowned expert on mobile phones, cordless phones, brain tumours and the safety of wireless radiofrequency and microwave radiation. He is co-author of the section of the BioInitiative Report on brain tumours by Dr. Hardell

“The evidence for the risks of prolonged use of mobile phones and cordless phones is quite strong when you look at people who have used these devices for 10 years or more, and when they are used primarily on one side of the head. Recent studies that report an increased risk of brain tumours and acoustic neuromas have not looked at regular users, use for 10 years or more, and do not look at the part of the brain that would reasonably be exposed to produce a tumour.”

Libby Kelley, MA
Managing Secretariat International Commission For Electromagnetic Safety; Founder, Council on Wireless Technology Impacts; Co-Producer of documentary, “Public Exposure: DNA, Democracy and the Wireless Revolution”; EMF environmental consultant and leading appellant in challenging the FCC Radio Frequency Radiation human exposure guidelines, 1997-2000. (

Standards for human exposure to radiofrequency radiation for personal wireless communications devices, and for environmental exposure to wireless transmitters, are set by national governments to guide the use of wireless communications devices and for wireless transmitters. In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Communications Commission are responsible for setting these standards. The Wireless Technology Impacts Council considers these exposure standards to be inadequate.  They are based on the effects of warming and are not adapted to the low-level cumulative exposure conditions in which the public now lives. These standards are also designed for short-term acute exposure conditions. And they do not recognise the medical evidence that points to increased risks and real harms resulting from chronic, intermittent exposure. Federal and state public health agencies are not officially addressing what many concerned scientists and physicians now see as an emerging public health problem. There are no health surveillance or corrective response systems in place to advise citizens about exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR). As wireless technology evolves, background environmental levels increase, creating electrical pollution conditions that become pervasive and more invasive.  We strongly encourage consumers, manufacturers, utility providers and legislators to reduce, eliminate and mitigate EMR exposure conditions and to support bio-based standards.”

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James S. Turner, Esq.
Chairman of the Board, Citizens for Health Co-author, Voice of the People: The Transpartisan Imperative in American Life Attorney, Swankin-Turner, Washington, DC

“According to the BioInitiative Report: A Case for a Biologically Based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields. From electrical and electronic appliances, power lines, and wireless devices such as mobile phones, cordless phones, mobile antennas, transmission and broadcast towers, we live in an invisible fog. We live in an invisible fog of electromagnetic fields that thirty years of science, including more than 2,000 peer-reviewed studies, show exposes us to serious health risks, such as increased cases of Alzheimer’s disease, breast cancer, Lou Gehrig’s disease, immune system hypersensitivity to electromagnetic fields, and altered brain function and DNA. The public must make politicians and public officials aware of the need to update the decades-old EMF public health standards. This report tells us how.”

Camilla Rees, MBA

Executive Director of MBA, Broad Perspective Health, a Patient Advocacy and Education Limited Liability Company

The United States spends more than $2 trillion annually on health care, about 78% of which comes from people with chronic diseases. Without adequately exploring and understanding what factors, including EMF/RF, contribute to the imbalances taking place in people’s bodies in the first place. After reading the BioInitiative Report, it should come as no surprise to policy makers, given the increasing levels of EMF/RF exposure in our environment, that nearly 50% of Americans are now living with a chronic disease. I weep for the people who suffer needlessly from these diseases AND I am hopeful that our government leaders will be more aware of the role that electromagnetic factors play in disease.  In addition to the costs of medical care and the erosion of quality of life as well as productivity in the United States.

L. Lloyd Morgan, BS Electronic Engineering

BS Electronic Engineering, Director of the US Central Brain Tumor Registry, Member of the Bioelectromagnetics Society, Member of the Brain Tumor Epidemiology Consortium * “All indications are that mobile phones cause brain tumors, salivary gland tumors and eye cancer.

“All indications are that mobile phones cause brain tumours, salivary gland tumours and eye cancer. However, because the mobile phone industry provides a substantial portion of research funding, this reality is hidden from the general public. The Interphone study, a 13-country research project substantially funded by the mobile phone industry, has consistently shown that the use of a mobile phone protects the user from the risk of brain tumour. Need I say more? It is time for fully independent studies to be funded by those government agencies whose charter is based on protecting their citizens.  So that the truth about the health hazards of highly harmful microwave radiation becomes clear and well known.”

For identification purposes only: All statements are mine and mine alone and do not represent positions or opinions of the United States Central Brain Tumor Registry, the Bioelectromagnetics Society or the Brain Tumor Epidemiology Consortia.

Janet Newton

President, The EMR Policy Institute

“The current radio frequency radiation safety policy in the United States does not protect the public. There are currently more than 260 million wireless subscribers in the United States.  This is a demand that drives the continued construction of antenna sites, in residential and commercial neighbourhoods, including near schools, day care and senior centres, and in the workplace.  The January 2008 report issued by the National Academy of Sciences committee tasked with examining the needs and gaps in research on the biological effects of exposure to these antennas.  This report notes that research studies to date do not adequately represent the reality of exposure. Specifically, the studies:

1) They assume a single antenna, rather than typical arrangements of a minimum of four to six antennas per site, thus underestimating exposure intensities.

2) They do not belong to the commonly used multi-element base station antennas, so multiple frequency exposures are not taken into account.

3) They lack multi-height models for men, women and children of various ages for use in characterising Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) distributions for mobile phone, wireless computer and base station exposures and….

4) It does not take into account the absorption effects of exposures from the various RF emitting devices to which the public is often exposed simultaneously.

At this time, a federal research strategy is urgently needed to address these serious deficiencies in the science on which our government bases health policy.

Prof. Livio Giuliani, PhD

PhD Spokesman of the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety ( Deputy Director of the Italian National Institute for the Protection and Safety of Workers, East Venice and South Tyrol; Professor at the Faculty of Biochemistry, University of Camerino, Italy.

The Venice Resolution, initiated by the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS) on 6 June 2008, and currently signed by nearly 50 peer-reviewed scientists worldwide, states in part: “We are compelled to confirm the existence of non-thermal effects of electromagnetic fields on living matter, which appear to occur at all levels of research, from molecular to epidemiological. Recent epidemiological evidence is stronger than before. We recognise the growing public health problem known as electrohypersensitivity. We strongly recommend limited use of mobile phones and similar devices by young children and adolescents.  And we call on governments to apply the Precautionary Principle as an interim measure, pending the development of more biologically relevant exposure standards”.

Professor Jacqueline McGlade

Executive Director, Advisor to the European Environment Agency for European Union countries under the European Commission

“There are many examples of non-compliance with the Precautionary Principle in the past. These have led to serious and very often irreversible damage to both health and the environment. Appropriate, preventive and proportionate actions taken today, to avoid plausible and potentially serious threats to health from electromagnetic fields, are likely to be considered as prudent and wise from future perspectives“.

Paul J. Rosch, MD

MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry, New York Medical College; Honorary Vice President, International Association for Stress Management; Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners; Full Member, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences; Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine; Fellow Emeritus, Society of Bioelectromagnetism.

Claims that mobile phones pose no health hazards are supported solely by Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) limits, safety standards that have been written by the telecommunications industries decades ago based on studies they themselves funded. They have made the erroneous assumption that the only harm that could come from RF emissions from mobile phones would be thermal or heating action, since such non-thermal fields cannot have biological effects. The late Dr. Ross Adey refuted this three decades ago by demonstrating that very similar RF fields, with certain carrier and modulation frequencies that had insufficient energy to produce any heating, could cause the release of calcium ions from cells. Since then, numerous research reports have confirmed that non-thermal fields from mobile phones, tower transmitters, power lines and other man-made sources can significantly affect various tissues and physiological functions.

We are constantly bathed in an ever-increasing sea of radiation from exposure to all of the above. In addition to household appliances, computers, Bluetooth devices, wifi installations and over 2,000 communications satellites in outer space, we are being beamed with signals to GPS receivers.  New WiMax transmitters on mobile phone towers, which have a range of up to two square miles, compared to 300 feet for wifi, will soon turn core North America into one big electromagnetic hotspot. Children are more affected because their brains are still developing and their skulls are thinner.

A two-minute phone call can disrupt a child’s brain function for an hour.  This is why some countries ban their sale or advise against their use by children under 18.  Conversely, this is the segment of the population that is currently the target of a $2 billion US advertising campaign. And it sees “tweens” (children between the ages of 8 and 12) as the next big market for mobile phones. Firefly and Barbie mobile phones for 6-8 year olds are also being promoted.

In general, there is no apparent cumulative effect, and talking on a mobile phone for just one hour a day for ten years can add up to 10,000 watts of radiation. That’s ten times more than sticking your head in a microwave oven. Pregnant women may also be at greater risk.  According to one study, children born to mothers who used a mobile phone only two or three times a day during pregnancy showed dramatically increased levels of hyperactivity, as well as other emotional and behavioural problems. For the 30% of children who had also used a mobile phone by the age of 7, the incidence of behavioural problems was up to 80% higher!  It is debatable whether ontogeny (embryonic development) recapitulates phylogeny, but it is clear that lower life forms are much more sensitive. If you place the positive electrode of a 1.5 volt battery in the Pacific Ocean in San Francisco and the negative electrode in San Diego, sharks in the middle of these cities can detect the few billionths of a volt electric field. Electromagnetic fields have also been implicated in the recent massive but mysterious disappearance of bee colonies, essential for the pollination of more than 90 commercial crops. As Albert Einstein warned, “if the bee were to disappear from the surface of the globe, man would have only four years to live”.

Finally, all life on Earth has evolved under the influence of solar radiation and geomagnetic forces, which we have learned not only to adapt to but also, in some cases, even to use. The health of all living systems (ranging from a cell, tissue, organ or person to a family, organisation or nation) depends on good communication, good communication both within and outside the environment. All communication in the body eventually takes place through very subtle electromagnetic signals between cells.  This is being disrupted by artificial electro-pollution to which we have not had time to adapt. As Alvin Toffler emphasised in Future Shock, too much change in too little time means severe stress due to adaptive failure. The adverse effects of electromagnetic pollution may take decades to become apparent, although some, such as carcinogenicity, are already beginning to be visible.

This gigantic experiment on our children and grandchildren could result in massive damage to mind and body.  With the potential to produce a disaster of unprecedented proportions, unless adequate precautions are implemented immediately.  At the same time, it must be acknowledged that the new electromagnetic therapies have been shown to benefit stress-related disorders ranging from anxiety, depression and insomnia to arthritis, migraines and tension headaches. As demonstrated in Bioelectromagnetic Medicine, they can be much safer and more effective than drugs, so we should avoid being overzealous.

Samuel Milham MD, MPH
Doctor of Medicine. Medical epidemiologist in occupational epidemiology. First scientist to report an increase in leukaemia and other cancers in electrical workers and to show that the childhood age peak in leukaemia arose alongside the spread of residential electrification.

“Very recently, new research has shown that almost all of the human plagues that emerged during the 20th century, such as common acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in children, female breast cancer, malignant melanoma and asthma, can be linked in some way to our use of electricity. There is an urgent need for governments and individuals to take the necessary steps to minimise personal and community exposure to electromagnetic fields”.


Scientist Appeal for 5G Moratorium

September 13, 2017

We, the undersigned, more than 180 scientists and doctor from 36 countries, recommend a moratorium on deployment of the fifth generation of telecommunications, 5G, until potential hazards to human health and environment have been investigated by independent industry scientists. 5G will dramatically increase the exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) od radio-frequency (RF) regard to the 2G, 3G, 4G, wifi, etc, already existing. The EMF of RF have demonstrated to be harmful to humans and environment.



5G technology is effective only at short distance. It is poorly transmitted through solid material. Many new antennas will be requiered and large-scale deployment will result in antennas every 10 to 12 houses in urban areas, thus massively increasing the mandatory exposure.

With the ever-increasing use of wireless technologies, no one can avoid exposure. Because it adds an increasing number of 5G transmitters (including within homes, businesses and hospitals) with an estimated 10 to 20 billion connections (fridges, washing machines, security cameras, automobiles and buses) that will be part of the “Internet of things”. All this factors can cause a substantial increase in total long-term exposure to European Union citizens.


Harmful effects of the exposure to EMF of RF are tested

More than 230 scientists from more than 40 countries have expressed their serious concerns regarding the omnipresent and growing exposure to EMF generated by electrical and wireless devices before the launch of 5G. They refer to the fact that numerous recent scientific publications have shown that EMF affect living organisms at levels far below national and international guidelines.

Effects include increased risk of cancer, cellular stress, increased harmful free radicals, genetic damage, structural ans functional changes in the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders and negative impacts on the general well-being of humans. The damages go beyond the human race, as there is increasing evidence of harmful effects to both animals and plants.

After the scientists’ appeal was written in 2015, additional research has convincingly confirmed serious health risks of the EMF of RF of wireless technology. The world’s largest study carried out by National Toxicology Programme (NTP) of the United States (25 million dollars), shows a statistically significant increase in the incidence of brain and heart in animals exposed to EMF below ICNIRP (International Commission of non-ionizing Radiation Protection) criteria, followed by most countries. These results support the results in human epidemiological studies of radiofrequency radiation and brain tumor risk. A large number of peer-reviwed scientific papers demonstrate harm to human health because of EMF.

International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the World Health Organization (WHO), concluded that EMF of frequencies from 30 Khz to 300 Ghz are possibly carcinogenic to human (Group 2B). However, new studies such as the NTP study previously mentioned and several epidemiologic investigations, including the latest studies on mobile phone use and brain cancer risks, confirm that EMF of RF radiation is carcinogenic for human beings.

The 2016 EUROPAEM Guide on EMF stablishes that exist strong evidence that long-term exposure to certain EMF is a risk factor for diseases such as certain types of cancer, Alzheimer, male infertility… Commom symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitive (EHS) include headaches, concentration difficulties, sleep problems, depression, lack of energy, fatigue and flu-like symptoms.

A growing proportion of the European population is affected by health problems that for many years have been related to the exposure to EMF and wireless radiation in the scientific literature.

The International Scientific Statement on EHS and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Brussels 2015, declares that: Based on our current scientifc knowledge, in this way, we insist on all national and international organizations and institutions, in particular the World Health Organization (WHO), to recognize EHS and MCS as true medical conditions, which, acting as sentinel diseases, may create a major public health poblem in the coming years throughout the world, that is to say, in all countries that apply the unlimited use of technologies based on wireless EMF commercialised chemical substances…

Inaction is a cost to society and cannot go on being an option… We unanimously recognize this serious danger to public health that urgently requires the recognition of this condition at all international levels… and, above all, that important primary prevention measures be adopted and priorized to face this global pan-epidemic in perspective.


The Precautionary Principle (UNESCO) was adopted by the European Unions in 2005: “When human activities can lead into a morally unacceptable danger, scientifically possible but uncertain, measures must be taken to avoid or decrease that danger”. Resolution 1815 (Council of Europe, 2011): “Take all reasonable measures to reduce exposure to EMF, especially to radio frequencies emitted by mobile phones, and in particular the exposure in children and youth, for whom the risk of head tumors appears to be higher… The Assembly recommended the application of the ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable), that is, the level as low as reasonably possible, taking into account not only the thermal effects, but aslo the athermal (non-thermal) or biological effects of the emission or radiation of EMF” and “improve the risk evaluation criteria and the quality of the assessment by creating a standard risk scale”. The Nuremberg Medical Code of Ethics (1949) applies to experiments on human beings, thus it includes the deployment of 5G with the new exposure to EMF of RF.

All these experiments must be designed and based “on the results obtained through previous experimentation with animals and the full knowledge of the natural history of the disease or problem under study, so that the anticipated results justify the experiment (…) No experiment should be performed when there is a priori reason to suppose that death or irreparable injury can occur, except, perhaps, in experiments in which medical researchers are also experiment subjects” (Nuremberg Code points 3 and 5). Published scientific studies show that there is “a priori reason to suppose” real health risks. The European Environment Agency (EEA) is warning about “the risk of radiation from everyday devices”, despite radiation bein below WHO/ ICNIRP standards. The EEA also concludes: “There are numerous examples in the past that, because of not using the precautionary principle, led to serious, and often irreversible, damage to health and environment… Harmful exposures could be spread before there is “categorical” evidence from long-term exposures, as well as a biological underestanding (mechanism) of the harm they can cause”.

“Safety Guidelines” protect industry, not health

The current ICNIRP “safety guidelines” are outdated. All the evidence of damage, mentioned above, arises even if the radiation falls below these ICNIRP “safety guidelines”. Therefore, new safety regulations are necessary. The reason of the deceitful guidelines is that “the conflict of interests of ICNIRP members, due to their relationships with the telecommunications or electricity industries, undermine the impartiality that the regulation of the Public Exposure Standards should govern for non-ionizing radiation… To evaluate cancer risks it is necessary to include scientists with competence in medicine, especially in oncology”.

The current ICNIRP/ WHO guidelines for EMF are based on the outdated hypothesis that “the fundamental effect os exposure to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields of relevance to human health and safety is the heating of exposed tissue”. However, scientists have shown that many different types of illnesses and harmful effects occur without heating (non-thermal effect) at radiation levels well below ICNIRP guidelines.

We urge the European Union:

1) Take all reasonable measures to stop the expansion of the radio-frequency electromagnetic fields of the 5G until independent scientits can ensure that 5G and the total radiation levels caused by RF EMF (5G together with 2G, , 3G, 4G and wifi) will not be harmful to the European Union citizens, especially babies, children and pregnant women, as well as to the environment.

2) Recommend that all EU countries, especially their radiation safety agencies, follow Resolution 1815 and inform citizens, including medical and educational professionals, about the health risks arising from radiation of the RF EMF, how and why to avoid wireless communication, particularly in/ near nurseries, schools, homes, workplaces, hospitals and senior centers.

3) Appoint immediately, without industry influence, a European Union EMF and health working group of independent and truly impartial scientists, without conflicts of interests, to reassess health risks and:

a) Decide on new safe “maximun total exposure standards” for all wireless communications within the EU.

b) Study the total and cumulative exposure that affects EU citizenship.

c) Create standards that are required and applied in the EU on how to avoid a exposure that exceeds the new EU “maximum total exposure standards” related to all kind of EMF to protect citizenship, especially babies, children and pregnant women.

4) Prevent the wireless and telecommunications industry, through their lobbying organizations, from persuading European officials to make decisions about

5) Favour and implement wired digital telecommunications instead of wireless.

We expect a response from you, at the latest on 31 October 2017, to the first two signatories on what measures they will take to protect EU inhabitants against RF EMF and especially 5G radiation. This appeal and its response will be available to the public.

Respectfully presented

Rainer Nyberg, EdD, Professor Emeritus (Åbo Akademi), Vasa, Finland (
Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD, Professor (assoc) Department of Oncology, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University Hospital, Örebro, Sweden (

Signatories to Scientists’ 5G Appeal

Note: The endorsements are personal and not necessarily supported by the affiliated universities or organizations.



Gerd Oberfeld, MD, Public Health Officer, Salzburg


Marie-Claire Cammaerts, Dr, retired, Free University of Brussels, Bruxelles


Marko Markov, Professor Emeritus, Ph.D. in biophysics, Sofia University, Research international


Stella Canna Michaelidou, Dr, Chemist Expert on Environment, Health and Food Safety, President of the Cyprus National Committee on Environment and Children’s Health


Marjukka Hagström, LL.M, M.Soc.Sc., Senior researcher, The Finnish Electrosensitivity Foundation, Turku

Osmo Hänninen, PhD, Professor Emeritus, Dept. of Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Eastern Finland; Editor-In-Chief, Pathophysiology, Kuopio Georgiy Ostroumov, PhD (in the field of RF EMF), independent researcher

Marc Arazi, MD, Physician (Whistleblower on Phonegate international scandal), Nogent-sur-Marne
Dominique Belpomme, MD, MSc, Full Professor in Medical Oncology; Director of ECERI, Paris University, Paris & European Cancer and Environment Research Institute, Brussels
Philippe Irigaray, PhD, Scientific Director, Association for Research on Treatment against Cancer (ARTAC), Paris; European Cancer and Environment Research Institute (ECERI), Brussels
Vincent Lauer, Ing. ECP, Independent Researcher, La Chapelle sur Erdre
Annie J Sasco, MD, DrPH, Former Director of Research, French National Institute of Health and Medical Research, Former Chief of Epidemiology for Cancer Prevention at the International Agency for Research on Cancer and Former Acting Chief of Program for Cancer Control, World Health Organization, Bordeaux

Franz Adlkofer, MD, Professor, Pandora-Foundation for Independent Research
Christine Aschermann, MD (retired) member of the Kompetenzinitiative e.V., Leutkirch Mario Babilon, Dr. rer. nat., Professor, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart
Wolf Bergmann, Dr. med., Kompetenzinitiative zum Schutz von Mensch, Umwelt und Demokratie e.V., Freiburg
Rainer Frentzel-Beyme, MD, Professor emeritus, University of Bremen.
Helmut Breunig, Diploma degree in forestry, Specialty: Radio frequency injuries on trees around phone masts, Osterode am Harz
Klaus Buchner, Dr. rer. nat., Professor, MEP – Member of the European Parliament, Kompetenzinitiative zum Schutz von Mensch, Umwelt und Demokratie e.V., München
Horst Eger, Dr. med., Ärztlicher Qualitätszirkel ”Elektromagnetische Felder in der Medizin – Diagnostik, Therapie, Umwelt”, Naila
Karl Hecht, Dr, Professor of pathophysiology and neurophysiology (Emeritus of the Medical center Charite), Berlin
Peter Hensinger, MA, diagnose:funk, consumer protection organisation, Stuttgart
Markus Kern, Dr. med., Kompetenzinitiative zum Schutz von Mensch, Umwelt und Demokratie e.V., Kempten
Florian M. König, Dr.Sc. Man. Dir. & Science Header of the Company/Institute «Florian König Enterprises GmbH”
Andrea Leute, Dr. med., Ärzteinitiative Mobilfunk Allgäu-Bodensee-Oberschwaben, Überlingen
Martin Lion, Dr. med., Allgemeinmedizin – Homöopathie, Ulm
Joachim Mutter, Dr. med., Paracelsus Clinic / Switzerland, Kompetenzinitiative zum Schutz von Mensch, Umwelt und Demokratie e.V., Murg
Gertraud Teuchert-Noodt, Dr., Professorin der Neurobiologie i.R., Universität Bielefeld
Peter Ohnsorge, Dr. med., European Academy for Environmental Medicine
Karl Richter, Dr. phil., Professor, Kompetenzinitiative zum Schutz von Mensch, Umwelt und Demokratie e.V., St. Ingbert
Claus Scheingraber, Dr. med. dent., German Working Group Electro-Biology, Brunnthal,
Cornelia Waldmann-Selsam,, Competence Initiative for the Protection of Humanity, Environment and Democracy e.V., Bamberg
Werner Thiede, Dr. theol., Professor, Pfarrer der Evangelisch-Lutherischen Landeskirche in Bayern und Publizist, Neuhausen
Helmut Wagner, Dr. med., Ophthalmologist, Stuttgart
Harald Walach, Professor, PhD in psychology, PhD in theory and history of science, Change Health Science Institute, Berlin; affiliation: Witten-Herdecke University, Poznan Medical University, Poland
Ulrich Warnke, Dr.rer.nat., Academic Superior Council (retired) University of Saarland
Isabel Wilke, Diplom-Biologin, Editor ElektrosmogReport, Kassel/Berlin
Roland Wolff, Dipl.-Phys., Medical Physicist, Bremen
Ortwin Zais, PhD (Dr. med.), European Academy for Environmental Medicine

Christos Georgiou, PhD, Member, Scientific Secretariat of ICEMS; Professor of Biochemistry, Biology Department, University of Patras, Patras
Theodore P. Metsis, PhD, Electrical, Mechanical, Environmental Engineer, Consultant, Athens

Domenico Agrusta, Medicine and surgery, specialist in dentistry (Odontostomatologia) self- employed, Member of ISDE, Taranto
Fernanda Amicarelli, Full Professor in Applied Biology, Department of Life, Health and Environmental Sciences, University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila
Fiorella Belpoggi, Dr., Director, Research Department, Ramazzini Institute, Bologna
Sergio Bernasconi, Full Professor of Pediatrics, former Director, Pediatric Department, Editor emeritus: Italian Journal of Pediatrics, University of Parma
Dr Franco Berrino, MD, PhD, former Director, Department of Preventive and Predictive Medicine, Istitutonazionale dei Tumori, Milan
Ernesto Burgio, MD, Pediatrician, ECERI – European Cancer and Environment Research Institute (Bruxelles)
Dr Franco Cherubini, Degree in medicine and surgery, Self-employed, Vetralla
Dott. Agostino Di Ciaula, President of Scientific Committee, Italian Society of Doctors for the Environment – ISDE Italy, Arezzo
Dott. Andrea Cormano, MD, Italian Society of Doctors for the Environment – ISDE, Benevento Ugo Corrieri, Degree in medicine and surgery at Università Cattolica del S. Cuore, Teacher at Scuola Romana di Psicoterapia Familiare, President of ISDE-Doctors for the Environment in Grosseto, Coordinator of ISDE-Doctors for the Environment for Central Italy, Grosseto- Rome
Dr Patrizia Difonte, Physician, Surgeon, General practitioner and occupational medicine, Associazione Italiana Elettrosensibili, Lonate Pozzolo (Varese)
Anna Maria Falasconi, Medical Doctor, Primary Care Pediatrician, National Health System, Rome
Dott. Filippo Maria di Fava, Laurea in Medicina e Chirurgia, Libero professionista, Roma
Dr. Mario Frusi, MD, medico, Cuneo Dr. Stefano Gallozzi, Astrophysician and technologist at the INAF Italian National Astrophysical Institute in the Observatory, President of the Comitato di Tutela e Salvaguardia dell’Ambiente in Monte Porzio Catone (ONLUS association), Rome
Dott. Roberto Gava, Pharmacologist and Toxicologist, ISDE, Padua
Teresa Pia Anna Maria Del Gaudio, Degree in Medicine and Surgery, specialist in pediatrics, Medical Manager, ASL Salerno, Roccagloriosa (SA), Italy
Valerio Gennaro, MD, PhD, Head ,Liguria Mesothelioma Registry (COR Liguria), UO Clinical Epidemiology (IST Nord – CBA); IRCCS Policlinico Ospedale San Martino National Cancer Research Institute (IST), Genoa
Patrizia Gentilini, Degree in Medicine (specialization in Oncology and Hematology). ISDE (International Society Doctor’s for Environment), FORLI’
Livio Giuliani, PhD, Professor, Università dell’Abruzzo – Corso di Laurea in Fisiatria, Chieti Angelo Levis, PhD. Professor, Biologist, University of Padua Roberto Lucchini, MD, Professor of Occupational Medicine, University of Brescia
Fiorenzo Marinelli, PhD, Institute of Molecular Genetics (IGM), National Research Council (CNR), Member of the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety (ICEMS), Bologna,
Antonio Maria Pasciuto, Degree in Medicine and Surgery, Specialist in Internal Medicine, President of ASSIMAS (Associazione Italiana Medicina Ambiente e Salute), Rome
Dott. Carlo Ratti, MD, Ordine dei Medici della SPEZIA, Genova
Ruggero Ridolfi, MD, Oncologist Endocrinologist, ISDE, Forlì-Cesena
Dr. Med. Sandro Rinaldi, Laurea in medicina e chirurgia; specializzazione in Allergologia; specializzazione in Ematologia. Medico di medicina generale convenzionato con l’Azienda Sanitaria di Bolzano, Terlano (BZ)
Massimo Melelli Roia, MD, Italian Society of Doctors for the Environment – ISDE, Perugia
Dott. Roberto Romizi, President, Italian Society of Doctors for the Environment – ISDE, Arezzo
Dott.ssa Ida Santellocco, MD, Medico chirurgo, Pediatria, medico chirurgo – pediatra, Roma
Massimo Scalia, Coordinator of the Bioelectromagnetism Section of CIRPS (Interuniversity Research Center for Sustainable Development)
Alessandro Solerio, Degree in Medicine and Surgery, Self-employed, homeopath, Sanremo
Franco Verzella, MD, physician, practice dedicated to autistic children, Bologna,
Myriam Zucca, Dr. ssa, Medical Director, Dermatology, Cagliari University Hospital, Sardinia

Pierre Mallia, MD PhD CBiol MPhil MA(Law) DipICGP MMCFD MRCP FRCGP, Professor of Family Medicine, Bioethics & Patients’ Rights; Chairperson National Health Ethics Committee, Dept. of Health Coordinator Bioethics Research Programme, Univ. of Malta; President, Malta College of Family Doctors

Hugo Schooneveld, PhD, Retired Associate professor (Wageningen Agricultural University), Advisor to the Dutch EHS Foundation, former president of ‘Stichting elektro- hypersensitivity’, Wageningen

Paulo Vale, PhD, Auxiliary Researcher, Sea and Marine Resources Department, The Portuguese Sea and Atmosphere Institute, Lisbon

Igor Belyaev, PhD, Dr.Sc, Associate Professor, Cancer Research Institute, BMC SAS, Bratislava Jan Jakus, MD, PhD, DSc. Professor, Jessenius Faculty of Medicine, Comenius University, Martin
Ladislav Janousek, PhD, Professor, Department of Electromagnetic and Biomedical Engineering , Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Zilina, Žilina
Michal Teplan, PhD, Institute of Measurement Science, Slovak academy of sciences, Bratislava

Alfonso Balmori, BSc, Master in Environmental Education, Biologist. Junta de Castilla y León, Valladolid José Luis Bardasano, PhD, Biologist and Physician, Prof. of Medical Bioelectomagnetism, Department of Medicine and Medical Specialties, School of Medicine, University of Alcalá. Alcalá de Henares, Madrid
Pilar Muñoz-Calero, MD, President of the Fundación Alborada, Co-director of the Chair of Pathology and Environment, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), Madrid Miguel Lopez-Lazaro, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Seville
María Elena López Martín, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Human Anatomy, School of Medicine, University of Santiago de Compostela (USC) Enrique A. Navarro, PhD, Professor, University of Valencia, Valencia
Claudio Gómez-Perretta, MD, PhD, Chief of Section, Hospital Universitario La Fe, Valencia
Ceferino Maestu Unturbe, Ph.D, Prof., Director of the Bioelectromagnetism Laboratory of the Centre for Biomedical Technology (CTB), Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM).

Mikko Ahonen, PhD, researcher, Sundsvall
Michael Carlberg, MSc, Department of Oncology, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University Hospital, Örebro
Mikael Eriksson, MD, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Oncology, Skane University, Hospital, Lund
Lena Hedendahl, MD, Independent Environment and Health Research, Luleå Olle Johansson, Associate Professor, Experimental Dermatology Unit, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
Gunilla Ladberg, PhD, Member of the Board of the Swedish association Vågbrytaren, Lidingö
Leif G. Salford, MD, PhD, Senior Professor of Neurosurgery, Director of the Rausing Laboratory for Translational NeuroOncology, Lund University, Lund
Elsy-Britt Schildt, MD, PhD, Senior Consultant, Department of Oncology and Radiation, County Hospital, Kalmar
Fredrik Söderqvist, PhD, Epidemiologist, Centre for Clinical Research, Uppsala University, Västerås

Daniel Favre, Dr. phil., Biologist, Independent Researcher, Brent
Peter Meier, Dr.Med. Facharzt für Innere Medizin FMH, M.Sc. Präventivmedizin, Mitglied der European Academy for Environmental Medicine, Sissach

Erica Mallery-Blythe, MD, BMBS, Founder of PHIRE (Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment) Trustee Radiation Research Trust, Medical Advisor ORSAA (Oceana Radiofrequency Advisory Association), Medical Advisor ES-UK, Soton
David Gee, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University, London
Andrew Goldsworthy, BSc, PhD, Lecturer in Biology (retired), Imperial College London, Monmouth
Alasdair Philips, BSc, DAgE, Professional engineer, Powerwatch
Syed Ghulam Sarwar Shah, MBBS, MA, MSc, PhD , Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Department of Occupational Health, Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Trust; Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Clinical Sciences, Brunel University, London
Sarah Starkey, PhD, Independent Neuroscience and Environmental Health Research
Andrew Tresidder, MD, MBBS, MRCGP, Somerset GP

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Sinerik Ayrapetyan, PhD, Professor, Life Sciences International Postgraduate Educational Center, UNESCO Chair in Life Sciences, Yerevan, Head of Research Council and Chairholder of UNESCO Chair

Priyanka Bandara, PhD, Environmental Health Consultant, Castle Hill/Sydney, NSW
Katherine Georgouras, OAM, DDM, FACD, Professor of Dermatology, (semiretired) ,Kenthurst NSW
Ray Kearney OAM, PhD, Honorary Assoc. Professor (retired), Department of Medicine, University of Sydney
Don Maisch, PhD, Independent researcher, author of ”The Procrustean Approach”, Lindisfarne, Tasmania
May Murray, PhD, Independent Environmental Health researcher, Canberra
Elena Pirogova, PhD, Associate Professor, Biomed Eng, BEng (Hons) Chem En, Discipline of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering, School of Engineering, RMIT University
Scientist Appeal for 5G Moratorium 9
Charles Teo, AM, MBBS, Professor, Neurosurgeon, Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Randwick, NSW, Sydney
Steve Weller, BSc, Founding member of ORSSA, Brisbane

Orlando Furtado Vieira Filho, PhD, Professor, Cellular & Molecular Biology, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
Claudio Enrique Fernández-Rodríguez, PhD, MSEE, Professor, Federal Institute of Rio Grande do Sul, IFRS, Canoas
Alvaro Augusto A. de Salles, PhD, Full Professor, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, UFRGS, Porto Alegre
Francisco de Assis Ferreira Tejo (retired) D.Sc., Professor, Grupo de Eletromagnetismo Computacional e Bioeletromagnetismo, Electrical Engineering Dept, Universidade Federal de Campina Grande

Frank Clegg, CEO, Canadians for Safe Technology (C4ST); Former President of Microsoft Canada
Paul Héroux, PhD, Occupational Health Program Director, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health, McGill University Medicine, Montreal, PQ
Anthony B. Miller, MD, FRCP, Professor Emeritus, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto,
Malcolm Paterson, PhD, Director, Research Initiatives, BC Cancer Agency Sindi Ahluwalia Hawkins Centre for the Southern Interior, Kelowna, BC
Michael A. Persinger, PhD, Professor, Biomolecular Sciences, Behavioural Neuroscience and Human Studies, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario
Magda Havas, Associate Professor, Trent University, Canada

Wenjun Sun, PhD, Professor, Bioelectromagnetics Key Laboratory, Zhejiang University, School of Medicine, Hangzhou
Minglian Wang, M.M. , PhD, Associate Professor, College of Life Science & Bioengineering, Beijing University of Technology (BJUT), Beijing

Carlos Sosa, MD, University of Antioquia, Medellín

Nasr Radwan, Prof. Dr., Cairo University, Faculty of Science, Cairo

Ganesh Chandra Jagetia, Professor, Just retired from Department of Zoology, Mizoram University, Aizawl, Udaipur Sareesh Naduvil Narayanan, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, RAK College of Medical Sciences, RAK Medical & Health Sciences University, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE
R. S. Sharma, PhD, Head, Scientist – G & Sr. DDG, Div. of Reproductive Biology, Maternal & Child Health and Chief Project Coordinator – EMF Health Project India, Indian Council of Medical Research, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi

Amirnader Emami Razavi, PhD, Executive Manager and Principal Investigator of Iran, National Tumor Bank, Cancer Institute of Iran, Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Dr. Masood Sepehrimanesh, PhD, Assistant Professor, Gastrointestinal and Liver Disease Research Center, Guilan Universtiy of Medical Sciences, Rasht

Iris Atzmon, MPH, Epidemiology, University of Haifa, Author of ”The Cellular, not what you thought!», Haifa
Michael Peleg, M.Sc., Radio Communications Engineer and Researcher, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa
Elihu D Richter, MD MPH, Professor, Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Hebrew University-Hadassah School of Public Health and Community Medicine, Jerusalem
Yael Stein, MD, Hebrew University – Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem
Danny Wolf, MD, Pediatrician, Clialit Health Services Raziel, Netanya Herzelia

Hidetake Miyata, PhD, Associate professor, Department of Physics. Tohoku University

Mohammed Saleh Al Salameh, PhD, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Science & Technology, Irbid

KOREA (South)
Kiwon Song, PhD, Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Yonsei University, Seoul
Young Hwan Ahn, MD PhD, Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Ajou Univeristy School of Medicine, Suwon

Damian Wojcik, MD, MBChB, Medical director/ Northland Environmental health Clinic, Whangare, Northland

Aneyo Idowu Ayisat, M.Sc., Lecturer, Environmental Biology Unit, Biological Science Department, Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos

Dr Najam Siddiqi, MBBS, PhD, Associate Professor of Anatomy, Oman Medical College, Sohar

Yury Grigoriev, Professor, M. Dr Sci., Federal. Medical Biophysical Center, Moscow
Maxim V. Trushin, PhD, Associate Professor, Kazan Federal University, Kazan

Osman Cerezci, Professor Dr., Dept. Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Sakarya University, Adapazarı
Suleyman Dasdag, PhD, Prof. Dr., Biophysics Department, Medical School, Istanbul Medeniyet University, Uskudar, Istanbul
Onur Elmas, MD, PhD, Faculty of Medicine, Dept. Of Physiology, Mugla Sitki Kocman University, Mugla
Ayse Inhan Garip, Assoc. Prof., School of Medicine, Biophysics Dept., Marmara Univ., Istanbul
Suleyman Kaplan, PhD, Professor, President of Turkish Society for Stereology, Board member of Journal Chemical Neuroanatomy (Elsevier), Board member of Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure (Elsevier), Department of Histology and Embryology, Ondokuz Mayıs University, Samsun
Fulya Kunter, Assistant Professor Dr., Dept. Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Marmara University, Istanbul
Selim Şeker, Professor Dr., Department of Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Bogazici University
Nesrin Seyhan, Prof. Dr., Gazi University Medical Faculty, Founder Head, Biophysics Department; Founding Director, Gazi Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection Centre (GNRK), Ankara

Olexandr Tsybulin, PhD, Department of Biophysics, Bila Tserkva National Agrarian University
Igor Yakymenko, Prof. Dr, Department of Biochemistry and Environmental Control , National University of Food Technologies, Kyiv


David O. Carpenter, MD, Director, Institute for Health and the Environment, A Collaborating Centre of the World Health Organization, University at Albany, Rensselaer, NY
Barry Castleman, ScD, Environmental Consultant, Garrett Park, MD
Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, Visiting Prof. Medicine, Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical Center & Ondokuz Mayis University, Medical School (Turkey); Pres., Environmental Health Trust, Teton Village, WY
Paul Doyon, MA, MAT, EMRS, Independent Researcher, Doyon Independent Research, CA
Arthur Firstenberg, B.A., EMF researcher and author, president Cellular Phone Task Force, New York
Beatrice A. Golomb, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Diego, CA
Peter F. Infante, DrPH, Managing Member, Peter F. Infante Consulting, LLC, VA
Toril H. Jelter, MD, MDI Wellness Center, CA
Elizabeth Kelley, MA, Electromagnetic Safety Alliance, Tucson, AZ
Henry Lai, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
B. Blake Levitt, medical/science journalist, former New York Times contributor, EMF researcher and author
Trevor G Marshall, ME, PhD, Director, Autoimmunity Research Foundation, CA
Ronald Melnick, PhD, Senior Toxicologist, (Retired RF-section leader) US National Toxicology Program, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
L. Lloyd Morgan, Senior Research Fellow, Environmental Health Trust, Board Member, International EMF Alliance (IEMFA), CA
S. M. J. Mortazavi, PhD, Professor of Medical Physics, Visiting Scientist, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA
Joel M. Moskowitz, PhD, Director, Center for Family and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Martin Pall, BA, PhD, Professor Emeritus (Biochemistry and basic medicine), Pullman, WA
Jerry L. Phillips, PhD, Exec. Director, Excel Centers, Professor Attendant, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, CO
Camilla R. G. Rees, MBA, Health Researcher, Author,»The Wireless Elephant in the Room”’ CEO, Wide Angle Health, Sr. Policy Advisor, National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy, NY
Cindy Sage, MA, Sage Associates, Co-Editor, BioInitiative Reports, Santa Barbara, CA
Eugene Sobel, PhD, Professor (Retired), University of Southern California School of Medicine, CA
John G. West, MD, Director of Surgery, Breastlink, CA

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