The claim by the National Toxicology Program that Cell phone radiation causes cancer can be expanded to Smart Meters, as well. If anything, it is more dangerous than a cell phone or tower because at the very least, even if it is disruptive to your life because you may have to move your residence or make a conscious choice to limit or not use a cell phone; with smart meter exposure, it is 24/7 exposure as long as the public lives near power lines or relies on the grid for their utilities. This includes, gas and water as well! The exposure is inescapable. The wireless smart meters use the same microwave spectrum as cell phones. This is not a secret. This is a blatant in your face criminal assault against all of us. The government has turned the power grid is a weapon of mass destruction.
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
National Toxicology Program Finds Cell Phone Radiation Causes Cancer
September 7, 2016
The Green Gazette published an article today about the National Toxicology Program cell phone radiation study based upon my June 10 post which appears below.
August 23, 2016
Presentation on NTP Study to NIEHS Board of Scientific Counselors
On June 15, Dr. Michael Wyde, the director of the cell phone radiation studies conducted by the National Toxicology Program (NTP), provided an overview of the studies to the Board of Scientific Counselors of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS). He summarized the research designs and the partial results for the toxicology and carcinogenicity studies. A video of the presentation including the presentation slides and the question and answer session is available at https://youtu.be/TCRF71eMZ1Q. According to Dr. Wyde, the FDA recommended that the NTP conduct toxicology and carcinogenicity studies of cell phone radiation in 1999. Completion of these studies is expected by some time in 2018.
June 24, 2016
According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the newly-released study on cellphone radiation and cancer in rats conducted by the National Toxicology Program (NTP) resulted in more than 1,000 news stories. Nearly 150 reporters participated in the telephone press conference held by the NTP on May 27.
Unfortunately, much of the media coverage contained considerable bias, or “spin” intended to create doubt about the study’s important findings regarding cancer risk from exposure to cellphone radiation. Notable exceptions included news stories that appeared in the Wall Street Journal and Mother Jones.
June 10, 2016
NTP Toxicology & Carcinogenicity Cell Phone Radiofrequency Radiation Studies
Summary of Presentation at BioEM 2016 Meeting (Ghent, Belgium) by Michael Wyde, PhD, Director of NTP Studies of Cell Phone Radiation, NIEHS, June 8, 2016 Dr. Wyde explained the four reasons why the National Toxicology Program (NTP) decided to release partial study results at this time: 1) given widespread cellphone use, even a small increase in disease incidence could have major public health implications; 2) there is a high level of public and media interest in the study; 3) the tumor types observed in these studies are similar to those found in human studies of cellphone use; and 4) the results support the IARC classification of radiofrequency radiation as potentially cancer-causing in humans.
Dr. Wyde discussed the 5-day pilot studies conducted on young and aged mice and rats and on pregnant rats to determine the maximum intensity of cellphone radiation that could be employed in the subsequent studies without inducing any heating effect. He also described the 28-day pre-chronic toxicology studies and the 2-year toxicology and carcinogenicity studies. For the pre-chronic studies, NTP selected SAR exposures of 0, 3, 6, and 9 watts/kilogram (W/kg) in rats and 0, 5, 10, and 15 W/kg in mice based on pilot study results. Pregnant rats were exposed prenatally and 28 days postnatal to 900 MHz cellphone radiation (GSM or CDMA). Five-week old mice were exposed to 1900 MHz cellphone radiation for 28 days. Dr. Wyde reported statistically significant evidence of DNA damage from nonthermal exposure to cellphone radiation in mice as well as in rats:
- male rats: frontal cortex, hippocampus, liver, blood
- male mice: frontal cortex
- female rats: frontal cortex
- female mice: liver, blood
The partial results of the carcinogenicity studies were also discussed. See my summary below. The slides for this presentation are available at:
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