Cancer And Emf Radiation

Author: Brandon LaGreca
Editor: Empowered Patient Press
ISBN: 1732999600
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The definitive guide on the contribution of electromagnetic fields to cancer formation. Review the science (over 60 academic references) and learn how test for EMFs, the best meters to buy, and strategies to shield, mitigate, or avoid harmful exposure. “Brandon LaGreca has done an extraordinary job of articulating the science underlying the EMF health effects issue, the different types of EMFs that are ubiquitous in our world, and the many steps that we can take to begin cleaning up our electromagnetic environment.” —Charles Keen, EMF Services, LLC Bonus afterword content: Find out what questions to ask when hiring an EMF inspector, which providers to avoid, and how to select the best meter for testing a home or office yourself. Cancer and EMF Radiation details the science showing DNA damage from nonionizing EMFs, mechanisms of action leading to cancer formation from EMF exposure, and practical strategies to protect you and your family. Four corroborating lines of evidence suggest EMFs are a far more significant risk factor for the development of a number of cancers than previously thought: 1. Experimental research showing DNA damage from EMF exposure 2. Long-term epidemiological studies on cancer development from EMF exposure 3. Mechanistic research on the effects of EMFs on melatonin and calcium channels 4. Research from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Toxicology Program documenting “clear evidence” of increased cancer growth from EMF radiation in animal models Learn about these sources of EMFs: 1. Microwave radiation—radiofrequency fields from mobile phones, smart meters, and Wi-Fi networks 2. Low-frequency EMFs—AC electric and magnetic fields from household wiring and connected devices 3. Voltage transients—higher-frequency harmonics in the electrical grid known as dirty electricity Protect yourself and your family from EMFs with three practical and actionable strategies: 1. Avoid: Properly measure EMFs to determine safe exposure. 2. Remediate: Change lighting and alter electrical circuits to remove voltage transients. 3. Shield: Employ technologies that effectively block EMF transmission into the body.

Motorcycle Cancer Elf Emf Radiation Truth Exposed For Rider Safety

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Editor: Randall Dale Chipkar
ISBN: 0978347714
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Part I Epidemiological Studies Of Cancer And Residential Exposure To Electromagnetic Fields

Author: Richard Graham Stevens
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Breast Cancer

Author: Daniel F. Roses
Editor: W B Saunders Company
ISBN:
File Size: 78,14 MB
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This practical book is designed to provide all members of the health care team with a comprehensive understanding of breast disease. A unique question and answer format explores every topic from molecular biology through diagnosis, therapy, and rehabilitation. Chapter subheadings take the form of questions, with the text directed at answering these critical questions. Questions take the form of chapter subheadings, with the text directed at answering these critical questions. Contributing authors developed their questions with the needs of colleagues, patients, and family members in mind to help enhance communication among the entire clinical team. Coverage includes oncogenesis diagnosis (including molecular diagnostic techniques), pathology, surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, and more. An abundance of tables and illustrations provides statistical support and clarify important content.

The Cancer Handbook

Author: Malcolm Alison
Editor: Nature Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781561592890
File Size: 67,84 MB
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Provides a comprehensive overview of all major areas of cancer research and oncology. Bridging the gap between the molecular biology of cancer and clinical diagnosis and treatment, this online reference work provides a resource for medical and life sciences students, as well as all scientists, clinicians and researchers working in the cancer field and related biomedical areas.

Electromagnetic Fields And The Risk Of Cancer

Author: Great Britain. National Radiological Protection Board
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Land Use Environment Forum

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File Size: 72,40 MB
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Investigating The Detectability Of Environmental Risk In Breast Cancer Surveillance Data

Author: Vipat Kuruchittham
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File Size: 15,98 MB
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Confronting Cancer Constructing Change

Author: Midge Stocker
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File Size: 68,64 MB
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Power Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Melatonin And The Risk Of Breast Cancer

Author: Anthony Swerdlow
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Electromagnetic Fields And Cancer

Author: N. A. Cridland
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Computer Health Hazards

Author: Marija Matich Hughes
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ISBN: 9780912560052
File Size: 25,18 MB
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Beat Your Risk Factors

Author: Charlotte Libov
Editor: Plume Books
ISBN: 9780452278325
File Size: 14,56 MB
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Addressing the special health concerns of women, a helpful guide identifies the ten deadliest diseases affecting women, explains how to reduce one's risk factors, and discusses a wide range of treatment and therapeutic options. Original.

Breast Cancer

Author: Liane Clorfene-Casten
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ISBN: 9781567510959
File Size: 24,28 MB
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Focuses on the cause of breast cancer, revealing the corporate connection to pollution that results in cancer for one in eight women.

Journal Of The National Cancer Institute

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The New Cancer Sourcebook

Author: Allan R. Cook
Editor: Omnigraphics Incorporated
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Provides a nontechnical overview of cancer and its treatment options

Emf Epidemiologic Summaries

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Human Health And Exposure To Electromagnetic Radiation

Author: J. A. Dennis
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File Size: 60,78 MB
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This review consists of three main parts. In the first the general features of electromagnetic fields and their interactions with the human body are described. It is pointed out that some evidence from biological experiments means that it is not a priori possible to conclude that there are no longterm effects on human health from exposure to levels of electric and magnetic fields below the thresholds for electric shock, bum and overheating. The second part deals with the epidemiological evidence for effects on general health and birth outcome. It is considered that the bulk of the evidence suggests that there are no long-term effects on general health from the levels to which people are normally exposed from power frequencies, radiofrequencies or microwaves. As regards birth outcomes, the average female user of visual display units (VDUs) does not seem to be at risk of adverse birth outcome. There is a little evidence suggesting that intensive use is associated with an increase in spontaneous abortion, but this could be a result of higher job stress and postural problems rather than of exposure to the small electromagnetic fields. The third part describes the epidemiological evidence from occupational and residential studies of a possible association between electromagnetic field exposures and cancer. Studies of electrical and electronic workers are suggestive of such a link, but are subject to the confounding factor of occupational class. If the association is real the average excess risk appears to be small.

Maxcy Rosenau Last Public Health Preventive Medicine

Author: Kenneth Fuller Maxcy
Editor: McGraw-Hill/Appleton & Lange
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Focuses primarily on communicable diseases. Also, includes sections on environmental and behavioral factors. Chapters on prison health services and military medicine are included.