Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Interview with Olle Johansson, Interview Magda Havas, Cell phone studies

Dear EMF concerned,
Feel free to share this great interview with professor Olle Johansson - recorded in May 2008.
Thank you for sharing with others - we need to start a real enlightening "storm" to turn this
crazy "game" with humanity.
Have a splendid day.
:-) Morten Julius

Video interview: "Mobile Phone Radiation: Is it safe or not? That is the question"
Interview with professor Olle Johansson from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.
Link for the attached pdf document (485 kb) with links for all 15 videos:
(Link for the website where all the links and documents are or will come: http://www.bevolution.org )
Hello everyone,

As many of you may now know, Toronto Public Health came out with a
warning that children not use cell phones except for emergencies.
This is the first warning of its kind from a credible medical
authority in Canada.

See article in the Toronto Star:


CBC also has a derivative article:

This morning I was interviewed by Metro Morning at CBC Radio about
this issue. You can listen to the interview at:


Go to: Metro Morning July 15, 2008
Go to: Cell Phones Harmful? (runs 7:12)

It will be available for 5 days.


2. Frequent Mobile Phone Use Boosts Tumor Risk by 50 Percent
Posted by: "Paul Doyon" doyon.paul@gmail.com prd34
Date: Tue Jul 15, 2008 9:33 am ((PDT))

http://www.NaturalNews.com/023621.html July 13, 2008 Frequent Mobile Phone
Use Boosts Tumor Risk by 50 Percentby David Gutierrez

(NaturalNews) Frequent users of cellular phones develop tumors of the
parotid gland 50 percent more often than less frequent users, according to a
new study published in the *American Journal of Epidemiology*.

Researchers at the Chaim Sheba Medical Center in Israel examined data that
included 402 cases of benign and 58 cases of malignant tumors of the parotid
gland, the largest of the salivary glands. They found that people who used
mobile phones for more than 22 hours each month had a 50 percent higher risk
of developing parotid gland tumors. This risk increased among users who
always held the phone to the same ear, who did not use handheld devices and
who lived in rural areas.

"Analysis restricted to regular users or to conditions that may yield higher
levels of exposure (e.g., heavy use in rural areas) showed consistently
elevated risks," the researchers wrote.

Tumors formed more frequently on the side of the head that patients most
frequently held their phones to.

The study adds to emerging evidence that long-term cellular phone use
increases the risk of cancers <http://www.naturalnews.com/cancers.html> and
tumors. Because many cancers do not appear for 10 years after initial
exposure to a carcinogen, many of the early industry-sponsored studies
finding mobile phones <http://www.naturalnews.com/mobile_phones.html> to be
safe have been criticized for their lack of scope and failure to examine
long-term use.

Two studies have found increased risk of a highly dangerous type of brain
cancer <http://www.naturalnews.com/cancer.html> known as glioma from
long-term cell phone <http://www.naturalnews.com/cell_phone.html> use. In an
English study, people who used cell phones for more than 10 years were found
to have a 20 percent higher risk of glioma, while a similar German study
found the risk to be elevated by 100 percent.

A 2004 Swedish study found that frequent users of mobile phones had a higher
risk of developing noncancerous brain tumors known as acoustic neuroma.