Three lectures at the Competence Initiative’s meeting in April 2014 in Würzburg, Germany, provide evidence that the current protection of people from electromagnetic radiation is absolutely inadequate.
Professor Lennart Hardell’s research team at the Orebro University in Sweden has completed the research project as described in its application to the Pandora Foundation in 2011 (1), and the results have been published (2,3,4,5,6). Funds for this research were provided exclusively by private organisations. For many years now Hardell has not received public funding as he is one of the researchers whose results firmly contradict the position taken by politics and industry.(more…)
On October 12th 2012, the Italian Supreme Court ruled that use of mobile and cordless phones can cause brain tumor. In this landmark decision, the results from the Swedish research group led by oncologist and epidemiologist Dr Lennart Hardell at the Örebro University Hospital were important. Hardell’s group has consistently found that mobile and cordless phones increase the risk of brain tumors.
In an open letter to Niels Kuster, a REFLEX participant, Alexander Lerchl repeats his allegation that the REFLEX results have been faked. There is a special reason for this latest attack.(more…)
The Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) closed down Professor Dariusz Leszczynski’s research division in 2012. The obvious reason of this decision is to make clear to the public that mobile phone radiation does not harm human health and that, therefore, the further investigation of its biological effects can be stopped.(more…)
The journalist Lakhani summarized the consequences in an article in The Independent, a British daily of international reputation.(more…)
Lerchl, also a member of the German Commission on Radiological Protection, started a new campaign and categorically rejects the results of Hardell’s epidemiological studies.(more…)
In his report Hardell informs us on the overall status of epidemiological studies and the progress of his study, which is supported by the Pandora Foundation.(more…)
Louis Slesin, editor of Microwave News, states in his obituary on Milton Zaret that it is nothing new when critics of the radiation technology are treated badly – Franz Adlkofer wrote a commentary.(more…)
Hardell and his colleagues checked the study as well as the conclusions drawn and published the outcome in the Reviews on Environmental Health.(more…)