Archive of 4,000 Documents Reveals Government Knew Decades Ago About Health Impact of Wireless Technology
A few years ago, when Glaser realized the importance of his archives, he donated them to Dr. Magda Havas, Ph.D. of Trent University in Canada. Havas, an associate professor of environmental and resource studies, has worked for more than a decade to expose the harms of wireless technology. Researcher Zorach Glaser, Ph.D. spent decades archiving studies that examine the link between certain health issues and exposure to microwave and radio frequencies. Scholars and the public are now invited to help review Glaser’s documents.
Colon Cancer Rates In Younger Adults Are Rising
Get those cell phones out of your pockets
Those born around 1990 are twice as likely to get colon cancer and four times as likely to get rectal cancer than those born in 1950, according to the American Cancer Society (ACS). New cases of colon cancer and rectal cancer are occurring at an increasing rate among young and middle-aged adults throughout the U.S. In 2020, there will be about 18,000 cases of colorectal cancer diagnosed in people under 50, or about 49 new cases per day, according to the Colon Cancer Coalition. It's reported that one in five colorectal cancer patients are between 20 and 54 years old.
Radiation From Wireless Devices May Cause Breast Cancer, New Study Shows
A meta-analysis of eight studies reveals that exposure to radiation from cell phones, iPads and laptops significantly increase the risk of breast cancer, especially for women over 50.
MICROWAVES AND CHILDREN
'Children absorb more MWR than adults because their brain tissues are more absorbent, their skulls are thinner and their relative size is smaller. MWR from wireless devices has been declared a possible human carcinogen. Children are at greater risk than adults when exposed to any carcinogen. Because the average latency time between first exposure and diagnosis of a tumor can be decades, tumors induced in children may not be diagnosed until well into adulthood. The fetus is particularly vulnerable to MWR. MWR exposure can result in degeneration of the protective myelin sheath that surrounds brain neurons. MWR-emitting toys are being sold for use by young infants and toddlers. Digital dementia has been reported in school age children. A case study has shown when cellphones are placed in teenage girls’ bras multiple primary breast cancer develop beneath where the phones are placed.'