New 5G Cell Phone Signals Causing Cancer.

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CELL PHONES, CELL TOWERS & CANCER — LINK PROVEN, BUT 5G ADVANCES

New technology could be extremely harmful to humanity

David Knight | Infowars.com – NOVEMBER 2, 2018

A 2016 study on lab rats exposed to cell phone radiation proves a cancer link for males and extensive epidemiological studies done in the 80’s & 90’s in multiple countries showed at least a fourfold increase in cancer.

Here’s the data that caused the Federal government to block any prohibition of cell phone towers in the 1996 Telecommunications Act — the data they don’t want you to see as they rush to 5G.

SWIMMING IN AN ELECTROMAGNETIC SOUP

World Mercury Project – AUGUST 29, 2018

In 2011, the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified radio frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) as “possibly carcinogenic” in humans, but the agency refrained from drawing conclusions about any cancers other than brain cancer. Discussing children’s exposure to EMFs and RFR, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) has been similarly wishy-washy, but it does concede that there are three factors that “theoretically” increase children’s risks:

First, children’s nervous systems “are still developing and, therefore, [are] more vulnerable to factors that may cause cancer.”

Second, children’s heads “are smaller than those of adults and consequently have a greater proportional exposure to the field of radio frequency radiation that is emitted by cell phones.”

Finally, “children have the potential of accumulating more years of cell phone exposure than adults do.”

In the spring of 2018, it became more difficult to prevaricate about the evidence. The government’s National Toxicology Program (NTP) convened a panel of experts to review findings from its $25 million study on the health effects of cell phone radiation. The expert panel reported “clear evidence” of carcinogenic effects for several types of cancer, including not just brain cancers but previously rare cardiac tumors and adrenal cancers, as well as evidence of disturbing associations between cell phone exposure and precancerous health effects (such as tissue damage) along with noncancerous effects such as low birth weight and birth defects.

The experts agreed that the NTP study, though conducted in rats and mice, was highly relevant to human health. Shortly thereafter, the Italy-based Ramazzini Institute, an independent cancer research organization, published a study that showed cancer-causing effects associated with cell towers that were “consistent with and reinforce the results of the NTP study.”

Despite governmental claims of insufficient evidence, the 2018 studies actually were only the latest in a long list of studies documenting cancer and other health risks associated with chronic exposure to EMFs and RFR—dangers that are more than “theoretical” for children with their still-developing bodies and brains. According to the 2012 BioInitiative Report—an extensive scientific review by 29 highly qualified medical and scientific experts from 10 countries—1800 studies were published between 2007 and 2012 that reported adverse health effects “at [EMF/RFR] exposure levels ten to hundreds or thousands of times lower than allowed under safety limits in most countries of the world.”

The report’s chapter dedicated to childhood cancers makes the same point, stating that “long-term effects such as cancer seem to be evoked by levels [of exposure] several orders of magnitudes below current guideline levels.” Children are accruing these exposures everywhere: “in education, in housing, in commerce, in communications and entertainment, in medical technologies and imaging, and in public and private transportation by air, bus, train and motor vehicles.” With the current roll out of even more biologically invasive technologies such as 5G antennas (which rely on extremely high-frequency millimeter waves) and “smart” utility meters that pulse on a 24/7 basis, children’s cancer picture has little chance of improving.

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