2017-06-08 Growing cancers among young — Devra Davis

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1)   New article by Devra Davis about the increasing risk from wireless radiation, especially for children.

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A public health revolution can reduce the growing cancer burden for the young

For those dangers, only after irrefutable evidence that people had become sick and died were steps taken to reduce dangerous conditions. But when it comes to curtailing other avoidable environmental health threats, U.S. authorities seem to be taking a show me the bodies approach.

No where is that more evident than when it comes to how we are treating cellphones and wireless radiation and our children today.”

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/healthcare/336501-a-public-health-revolution-can-reduce-the-growing-cancer-burden 

Neurosurgeon Dr. Teo is seeing dramatic increase in brain tumours among young people.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yEfFkF1OHsY

2)   Another brain tumour victim in Victoria’s Times Colonist.

http://www.timescolonist.com/news/local/brain-tumour-diagnosis-spurs-effort-to-get-high-school-diploma-1.20449352

3)   Some US states are trying to speed up the microcell network installations to increase jobs and reduce need for time-consuming approvals. But cities are not happy.

 

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe this morning signs a bill designed to speed up the deployment of the small cell infrastructure needed to support 5G wireless networks. The bill provides a uniform process for installing the new network equipment on lamp posts, utility poles, buildings and public rights of way…

Why some cities aren’t so happy: Localities like having a say in where and how antennas are placed on public structures, and some argue that new state-wide laws trample on their ability to consider pedestrian, traffic and aesthetic effects of the antennas. Some state laws also cap the permit application and attachment fees, cutting into city revenues.”

https://www.axios.com/states-try-to-speed-up-deployment-of-5g-wireless-networks-2436120849.html

 

Sharon Noble
Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters

The cost of wireless convenience: EHS, infertility, cancer.

Sent from my wired computer, with all wireless functions disabled.