From Francesca Romana Orlando, Vice President of AMICA, Italy Independent research on the genetic effects of Wi-Fi and 5G

From Francesca Romana Orlando, Vice President of AMICA, Italy

Independent research on the genetic effects of Wi-Fi and 5G

I ask for your help to spread this good news.

The association AMICA has just started an initiative to support scientific research on the genetic effects of Wi-Fi and 5G.

Dr. Fiorenzo Marinelli, former researcher of the National Council of Research, and Prof. Mario Barteri, Former professor of the Chemistry Department of the Sapienza University of Rome, did some first experiments thanks to the funds made available by AMICA and the preliminary results are very interesting, but they need to be confirmed by more exposure experiments.

Additional funds are needed to complete the trials and to publish the final results. For this reason, AMICA publishee today a campaign on the Eppela platform. Several associations and committees gave their patronage (www.infomica.it/ricerca).

Here is a video with a brief presentation of the research:

The Eppela campaign will remain open until 13 July 2020.

People can make donations directly online here: https://www.eppela.com/en/projects/28126-support-scientific-research-on-wi-fi-and-5g

I would be very grateful if you could support this initiative spread these links among your e-mail and social contacts to try to reach together the necessary funds to complete the search.

Thank you!

Kind regards,

Francesca Romana Orlando

Vice President of AMICA

Association on Chronic and Environmental Toxic Injury

www.infomica.it/ricerca

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