These are uncommon lesions in rodents, so it is our conclusion that they are exposure related.” As noted by Microwave News, while some of the pathology data was updated since the initial release in 2016, the changes are minor.The interpretation, however, has changed rather dramatically.Today, these findings are particularly notable since cellphones are held close to the brain.The take-home message is that radiation from your cellphone weakens your blood-brain barrier, allowing toxins in your blood to enter your brain, and into the cells of your entire body. Following I will summarize evidence produced by a number of other experts in the field, who claim to have identified one or more mechanisms of harm.
At the time, radar and microwaves were the main focus.
“I would call it a causative study, absolutely,” he told Scientific American. It’s [the cancer] because of the exposure.” In November 2016, David Mc Cormick, Ph.
D., director of the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute where the study was conducted, was equally clear, telling reporters, “What we are saying here is that based on the animal studies, there is a possible risk cellphone RF [radio frequency] is potentially carcinogenic in humans.
Whatever the reason, it’s clear the NTP is now downplaying findings that, just two years ago, were considered of significant importance for public health.
Remember that you have power and can make a difference. Let’s rise up in mass and express the massive whitewashing that is being catalyzed by the telecommunications industry to suppress the truth and expose you and your family to dangerous levels of EMF so they can increase their profits. D., has identified and published research describing the likely molecular mechanisms of how EMFs from cellphones and wireless technologies damage plants, animals and humans. Once activated, the VGCCs open up, allowing an abnormal influx of calcium ions into the cell.
According to the researchers, this level of exposure is far greater than what humans are exposed to, making it difficult to extrapolate the impact cellphone radiation might have on humans.