How RF Research on the Blood-Brain Barrier Was Shut Down

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Abandoning Inconvenient Science

How RF Research on the Blood-Brain Barrier Was Shut Down
I  often write about why microwave health research rarely moves forward and nothing much ever gets resolved. Today, I offer yet another example.

When I first started following the field in the late 1970s, everyone was talking about the apparent ability of microwaves to cause substances to leak through the blood-brain barrier, first demonstrated by Allan Frey. Today, 50 years later, the issue remains unsettled.

The cover-up started back in the 1970s, resumed in the 2000s, and continues today. All the usual suspects played a role: the U.S. military, the telecoms and, of course, ICNIRP.

Please take a look at my latest —written in honor of Professor Leif Salford’s 80th birthday.
Louis Slesin, PhD
Editor, Microwave Newslouis@microwavenews.com 
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Abandoning Inconvenient Science How RF Research on the Blood-Brain Barrier Was Shut Down

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From Louis Slesin, editor of Microwave News: I often write about why microwave health research rarely moves forward and nothing much ever gets resolved. Today, I offer yet another example. When I first started following the field in the late 1970s, everyone was talking about the apparent ability of microwaves to cause substances to leak through the blood-brain barrier, first demonstrated by Allan Frey. Today, 50 years later, the issue remains unsettled. The cover-up started back in the 1970s, resumed in the 2000s, and continues today. All the usual suspects played a role: the U.S. military, the telecoms and, of course, ICNIRP…..SNIP The post Abandoning Inconvenient Science How RF Research on the Blood-Brain Barrier Was Shut Down first appeared on EMFacts Consultancy.
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