Further information on EMR and Breast Cancer

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Dear Martin and Deb,

Please, see my most recent international debate article, Johansson O,
ARE YOU PREPARED TO LISTEN?" from the Journal of the Australasian
College of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine, Vol 26, No. 2 (August
2007), http://www.emfacts.com/weblog/?p=824

Especially pay attention to the 9th paragraph:
"Another study which has attracted great attention is that by Reif and
co-workers, “Human responses to residential RF exposure.” Here, increased
numbers of certain white blood cells were observed in the blood of residents
around an antenna park on the summit of Lookout Mountain in Colorado, USA.
This study was started on the initiative of the American authority The
Institute of Environmental Health which commissioned Colorado State
University to investigate the effects of weak, non-thermal (i.e.
long-term exposure from the radio and television masts within a radius of
almost ten kilometres. This study followed from the extremely alarming
results found by The Colorado Department of Public Health and the
Environment in July 2004. They had found statistically significant increases
in the numbers of persons with brain tumours living close to just this
antenna park on the summit of Lookout Mountain. Do you also want a
brain tumour?"

Best regards

(Olle Johansson, assoc. prof.
The Experimental Dermatology Unit
Department of Neuroscience
Karolinska Institute
171 77 Stockholm

----- Original Message -----
From: Martin Weatherall <wea...@golden.net>
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2007 11:10 pm
Subject: Further information on EMR and Breast Cancer
To: "W.E.E.P. Information E-mail" <wea...@golden.net>

> Hi All
> The residents of Lookout Mountain in Colorado have experienced
> serious ill health problems, because of EMR emissions from many
> antennas that are located nearby. The residents have also been the
> subjects of scientific studies. Here is further information about
> those studies, sent by Deb Carney of C-A-R-E.
> Martin
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Deb Carney
> To: 'Martin Weatherall'
> Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2007 9:45 AM
> Subject: RE: EMR and Breast Cancer
> Martin,
> Our community was studied and the postmenapausal women who did not
> have high melatonin levels increased estrogen levels with increased
> RF exposure. This study has now been published:
> I. New Results from CSU published in October edition of the Journal
> of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
> www.joem.org/
> Background. The Colorado Department of Health 1999 & 2004 audits
> of the number of brain and central nervous system tumors in
> residents closest to Lookout Mountain broadcast towers found
> statistically significant tumor elevations in the type of tumors
> linked to radiofrequency exposure in workers and that every tumor
> victim was in direct line of sight to TV/FM towers. Because of
> this, Colorado State University and the University of Washington
> began studies on the effect of the Lookout Mountain broadcast tower
> radiation on 300 Lookout Mountain Residents several years ago.
> Many Paradise Hills residents participated. Several papers have
> been written on the results.
> Amounts of RF. The first paper details the amounts of radiation.
> "Radio frequency nonionizing radiation in a community exposed to
> radio and television broadcasting. " Burch JB, Clark M, Yost MG,
> Fitzpatrick CT, Bach and AM, Ramaprasad J, Reif JS. Environ Health
> Perspect. 2006 Feb;114(2):248-53
> White Blood Cells increase with increasing broadcast radiation. The
> second paper was obtained prior to publication by Lake Cedar Group
> doing a Freedom of Information request. "Human Responses to
> Residential RF Exposure."
> John S. Reif, James B. Burch, Michael Yost Annette Bach and, Maggie
> Clark. August 23, 2005. The data charts show that as the amounts of
> electromagnetic radiation increase, the amounts of our white blood
> cells (T-Cells) increase, even at levels 100 times under the FCC
> limits for broadcast radiation. http://www.c-a-r-
> e.org/health.htm#Exposure
> Estrogen levels increase in post menopausal women. The third paper
> has been published in October edition of the Journal of the
> American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
> www.joem.org/. Dr. Burch has advised that this study will show a
> biological response to the radiation in post menopausal women who
> do not have high levels of melatonin. The estrogen levels in these
> women increase as the amounts of broadcast radiation increase.
> Deb
> www.c-a-r-e.org
> www.emrpolicy.org
> --------------------------------------------------------------------
> ----------
> From: Martin Weatherall [mailto:wea...@golden.net]
> Sent: Friday, November 16, 2007 9:21 PM
> To: W.E.E.P. Information E-mail
> Subject: EMR and Breast Cancer
> Hi All
> This link is to Vitality Magazine, a health publication based in
> Toronto.
> The article is a very well written document by Dr. Sherill
> Sellman N.D. that describes the links between Hormones, Breast
> Cancer and Electro Magnetic Radiation. Please circulate it widely,
> this is very important information that the public need to know!
> Martin.
> http://www.vitalitymagazine.com/effects_of_electropollution_on_hormones_and_breast_cancer


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