Cell phone repeaters and waves, Ramazzini's study: "Rare tumors in nerve cells"

Cell phone repeaters and waves, Ramazzini's study: "Rare tumors in nerve cells"

"After the results of the National Toxicology Program made in the USA, rare nerve cell tumors were also observed in the Ramazzini Institute study:" It is possible to protect yourself by taking some precautions ""

The researcher Fabiana Manservisi tells the results of the experimental study of theRamazzini Institute on the effects of electromagnetic waves and radio frequencies, in particular bands 2G e 3G, which will not disappear with the advent of 5G (still an unexplored field) but which will be added to it: "The target organs are the brain and the heart, this study, which we have associated with that of the American National Toxicology Program, will probably have the AIRC reevaluate the carcinogenic effects of radio- "frequencies. "

The research investigated the impact of human exposure to the levels of radio frequency radiation (RFR) produced by repeaters and transmitters for mobile telephony and today the research team of the Ramazzini Institute announces the results of the research, the largest ever carried out on radio frequency radiation (RFR), entitled "Report of the final results concerning the brain and heart tumors in Sprague-Dawley rats exposed from prenatal life to spontaneous death to radio frequency electromagnetic fields, equivalent to the environmental emissions of a 1.8 GHz repeater ”. "

Ramazzini studied radio frequency exposures 1000 times lower than the National Toxicologic Program (USA) study on cell phones and found the same types of cancer. The study, as he explains Fabiana Manservisi was conducted on 2.448 rats: "They were exposed to 1.8 GHz GSM radiation (those of mobile phone antennas) for 19 hours a day, from prenatal life (ie during the pregnancy of their mothers) until spontaneous death (three years The study includes doses similar to those found in our living and working environment of 5, 25 and 50 V / m: these levels have been designed to mimic human full-body exposure generated by repeaters, and are much lower than those used in the study of the American NTP ".

Basically, researchers at the Ramazzini Institute found statistically significant increases in the incidence of malignant schwannomas, rare tumors of the heart's nerve cells, in male rats in the group exposed to the highest field intensity, 50 V / m. Furthermore, Italian scholars have identified an increase in the incidence of other lesions, already found in the NTP study: Schwann cell hyperplasia in both male and female rats and malignant gliomas (brain tumors) in female rats at the dose higher. All exposure levels used in this study are below the US FCC limit for the maximum exposure allowed for the population. In other words, if a repeater emits this amount of radiation, it is considered compliant with all U.S. regulations and legislation.

How to protect yourself from cell phone waves? "Meanwhile, try to keep the phone away from sensitive areas of the body - explains the Ramazzini researcher - or rather from the reproductive system (do not keep it in your pocket!) And the heart, for example, because they are target organs. The head should be kept away from the cell phone. at least 20/30 cm and therefore the use of earphones or handsfree is recommended. As a mother I say that the baby-sitter mobile phone is not healthy, nothing up to the age of 12 ".

The Ramazzini Institute is a non-profit social cooperative founded in 1987 by professor Cesare Maltoni, pioneer and luminary of oncology and engaged in cancer research and prevention. The institute is headed by the "Cesare Maltoni" Cancer Research Center, which is based in Bentivoglio Castle (Bo) and where the carcinogenic risks and toxicity of
numerous substances, providing the scientific basis for national and international legislation. Prevention activities are carried out in the two outpatient clinics of the Ramazzini Institute, in Bologna and Ozzano dell'Emilia.


Source: https://www.bolognatoday.it/cronaca/onde-elettromagnetiche-tumori-fabiana-manservisi.html