Prof Dariusz Leszczynski 5G and Health What does the science tell us PART 1 premiere

Prof Dariusz Leszczynski 5G and Health What does the science tell us PART 1 premiere

Premiered Dec 26, 2019
Find out about the latest scientific research on the health effects of wireless radiation and 5G from a world expert, Prof. Dariusz Leszczynski. Talk given at Suter Theatre, Nelson, NZ on 29 Nov 2019. ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- Who is 5G Free Nelson? 5G Free Nelson is a grass-roots community group who are very concerned about the dangers posed by 5G microwave radiation. Our aim is to generate public awareness about the dangers of 5G, in order to stop the rapid deployment of 5G, and create a safe 5G Free NZ. web: fbook:… email: youtube:… All donations gratefully received:… ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- This video has a Creative Commons Attribution License. That means we want you to share it, copy it, mash it up, and upload it everywhere you can. But, when you do, please provide a link to the source video here: Thanks. ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- PROF. DARIUSZ LESZCZYNSKI: ——————————————————————————————————————————————————- Professor Dariusz Leszczynski (PhD, DSc) is a highly regarded research scientist and international expert on the biological effects of wireless communication device radiation, and their impact on human health. In 2011 he was a member of an advisory committee of 30 experts convened by IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer) to determine whether there is any scientific link between exposure to RFEMR (Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Radiation) and cancer. The report that IARC produced, prompted the WHO (UN World Health Organisation) to classify RFEMR as a Class 2B carcinogen in May 2011. The talk will include a Q&A session, followed by plenty of time for discussion afterwards. Tea, coffee, and beverages will be available. Please bring a plate of nibbles to share. Currently, Prof. Leszczynski is Adjunct Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Helsinki, Finland and Chief Editor of the ‘Radiation and Health’ section for the online journal Frontiers in Public Health. He holds two doctorates: – Molecular biology (DSc), from Jagiellonian University, Poland. – Biochemistry (PhD), from Helsinki University, Finland. For nearly 22 years (1992-2013) he worked at STUK (the Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority), conducting research on the biological and health effects of non-ionizing radiation. From 2000 – 2013 he was a Research Professor, and from 2003 – 2007 he was the Head of the Radiation Biology Laboratory. He has held several visiting appointments: – 1997 – 1999: Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. – 2006 – 2009: Guangbiao Professor at Zhejiang University School of Medicine, Hangzhou, China. – 2012 – 2013: Visiting Professor at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Because he is recognised as an international expert in the field of biological and health effects of radiation emitted by wireless communication devices, his consultation is sought by many government and scientific agencies around the world. For example, he testified before the US Senate Committee (2009), and the Committee of the Canadian House of Commons (2015). And, he has been an expert advisor to many organisations, such as the Ministry of Health of India (2014), US National Academies, Australian ARPANSA, German BfS, Polish Ministry of Digitization, ICNIRP, and others. You can find a full CV and a list of his publications on his science and policy blog: BRHP – Between a Rock and a Hard Place. https://betweenrockandhardplace.wordp… ——————————————————————– end ———————————————————————————-


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