RESOLVING APPARENT INCONSISTENCIES IN EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES ON CANCER AND AUTO-IMMUNITY

Abstract : Experimental and statistical results on the impact of electromagnetic waves on cancer and auto-immune diseases are reviewed and their consistency with a previously published model is discussed. Experimental results on cancer are classified in three groups according to timing and bandwidth of exposure, with each of the groups yielding different results consistent with the model. Experimental results on auto-immunity are interpreted within the same frameworks as results on cancer. Statistical observations on exposure of the human population to temporary emissions from mobile phones and to permanent emissions from TV emitters or mobile telephony base stations are classified and shown to be consistent both with the model and with the experimental results.
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Vincent Lauer. RESOLVING APPARENT INCONSISTENCIES IN EFFECTS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES ON CANCER AND AUTO-IMMUNITY. 2015. ⟨hal-01093600v2⟩

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