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Professor Yuri G. Grigoriev (PhD, DMedSci), was one of ORSAA’s independent advisors. He had been a vocal critic of the ICNIRP approach in the setting of exposure limits for RF-EMF guidelines. Grigoriev was a giant in the science of Radiobiology in Russia, and the breadth and depth of his understanding of the interactions between biology and physics...
This article discusses the need to raise a medical discussion on the health risks of wireless technology, particularly about new 5G that is lacking in the Australia - New Zealand region at present. It presents some evidence for the concerns raised in the global scientific community.
This article addresses the currently lacking medical discussion on the safety of the new fifth generation wireless (5G) and the need to start one with input from medical scientists and clinicians given the scientific evidence of biological/health effects some of which is highlighted.
This paper addresses the scientific evidence of biological/health impacts of microwave range radiofrequency radiation and the lack of safety testing for 5G wireless technology.
This paper outlines a brief description of the illness commonly known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) which is becoming increasingly common in modern westernised countries. While CFS has become somewhat of a 'catch-all' of medical symptoms, it is still commonly diagnosed by exclusion of other diseases rather than a specific, unique symptomatology...
In relation to the Brisbane ABC studio building at Toowong, it is the shared opinion of the authors of the above paper that there are still unresolved issues that urgently need investigation in the building. These issues have to do with the Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) electromagnetic field environment that the women with breast cancer may have be...