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News from the NTP Study In May 2016, after a considerable delay, first results were published of a study by the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP) on the effects of long-term exposure of rats to mobile phone radiation. They confirmed what the mobile phone industry and its mercenaries in science have disputed as preposterous to reason until today: that a carcinogenic potential is inherent to mobile phone radiation. The authors of the NTP study openly admit that they themselves were surprised by this outcome of their research on mobile phone radiation.

Electrosensitivity: The Häublein case On February 13, 2013, the body of Carsten Häublein a former pastor from Ammertal, was recovered from the river Schlei in Schleswig-Holstein (Germany). Since 2006, pastor Häublein was strongly committed to have electrosensitivity regarded as an environmental illness. Prof. Franz Adlkofer published to the third anniversary of the death of Father Häublein this report.

Report from the Science and Wireless 2015 Professor Dariusz Leszczynski criticized in his report from the BioEM2015 mainly the lack of research with humans, which is imperative to find evidence of health risks from radiofrequency radiation, and the inability of science to find common ground when discussing controversial issues. The message from Australia goes far beyond this criticism. There they try to exclude critical science from the discussion.

Report from the Science and Wireless 2015