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"Many still do not realize that they're chronically exposed to something (EMFs) that can deteriorate their health, and, unless it's identified and remediated, can lead to premature death—an exposure that is completely invisible, tasteless, and odourless. The exposure I'm referring to is electromagnetic fields, or EMFs" - Vickie Warren

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From the WHO Website

"Exposure to electromagnetic fields is not a new phenomenon. However, during the 20th century, environmental exposure to man-made electromagnetic fields has been steadily increasing as growing electricity demand, ever-advancing technologies and changes in social behaviour have created more and more artificial sources."

"Everyone is exposed to a complex mix of weak electric and magnetic fields, both at home and at work, from the generation and transmission of electricity, domestic appliances and industrial equipment, to telecommunications and broadcasting."


"Tiny electrical currents exist in the human body due to the chemical reactions that occur as part of the normal bodily functions, even in the absence of external electric fields. For example, nerves relay signals by transmitting electric impulses."

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"Most biochemical reactions from digestion to brain activities go along with the rearrangement of charged particles. Even the heart is electrically active - an activity that your doctor can trace with the help of an electrocardiogram."

"Low-frequency electric fields influence the human body just as they influence any other material made up of charged particles. When electric fields act on conductive materials, they influence the distribution of electric charges at their surface. They cause current to flow through the body to the ground."

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"Low-frequency magnetic fields induce circulating currents within the human body. The strength of these currents depends on the intensity of the outside magnetic field. If sufficiently large, these currents could cause stimulation of nerves and muscles or affect other biological processes."

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"Both electric and magnetic fields induce voltages and currents in the body but even directly beneath a high voltage transmission line, the induced currents are very small compared to thresholds for producing shock and other electrical effects."

"Heating is the main biological effect of the electromagnetic fields of radiofrequency fields. In microwave ovens this fact is employed to warm up food. The levels of radiofrequency fields to which people are normally exposed are very much lower than those needed to produce significant heating."


Eds Note: All experts in the field would acknowledge the induced currents from power lines are relatively small compared to the threshold to produce shock. However, continual exposure to low level EMFs is of great concern to many people who have bewildering feelings of ill health that can't be pinpointed by doctors as to the cause

EMfs Cause Atrial Fibrillation in Dogs pubmed/14766023

Workers in power stations at increased risk from EMfs pubmed/9760436

"The heating effect of radio waves forms the underlying basis for current guidelines. Scientists are also investigating the possibility that effects below the threshold level for body heating occur as a result of long-term exposure. To date, no adverse health effects from low level, long-term exposure to radiofrequency or power frequency fields have been confirmed, but scientists are actively continuing to research this area."

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Biological effects or health effects of EMFs?

What is a health hazard?

"Biological effects are measurable responses to a stimulus or to a change in the environment. These changes are not necessarily harmful to your health. For example, listening to music, reading a book, eating an apple or playing tennis will produce a range of biological effects.

Nevertheless, none of these activities is expected to cause health effects. The body has sophisticated mechanisms to adjust to the many and varied influences we encounter in our environment. Ongoing change forms a normal part of our lives.

But, of course, the body does not possess adequate compensation mechanisms for all biological effects. Changes that are irreversible and stress the system for long periods of time may constitute a health hazard.

An adverse health effect causes detectable impairment of the health of the exposed individual or of his or her offspring; a biological effect, on the other hand, may or may not result in an adverse health effect.

It is not disputed that electromagnetic fields above certain levels can trigger biological effects. Experiments with healthy volunteers indicate that short-term exposure at the levels present in the environment or in the home do not cause any apparent (short term) detrimental effects."

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"Exposures to higher levels that might be harmful are restricted by national and international guidelines. The current debate is centred on whether long-term low level exposure can evoke biological responses and influence people's well being."

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Widespread concerns for health

"A look at the news headlines of recent years allows some insight into the various areas of public concern. Over the course of the past decade, numerous electromagnetic field sources have become the focus of health concerns, including power lines, microwave ovens, computer and TV screens, security devices, radars and most recently mobile phones and their base stations."


The International EMF Project

"In response to growing public health concerns over possible health effects from exposure to an ever increasing number and diversity of electromagnetic field sources, in 1996 the World Health Organization (WHO) launched a large, multidisciplinary research effort. The International EMF Project brings together current knowledge and available resources of key international and national agencies and scientific institutions."

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Conclusions from scientific research

"In the area of biological effects and medical applications of non-ionizing radiation approximately 25,000 articles have been published over the past 30 years. Despite the feeling of some people that more research needs to be done, scientific knowledge in this area is now more extensive than for most chemicals.

Based on a recent in-depth review of the scientific literature, the WHO concluded that current evidence does not confirm the existence of any health consequences from exposure to low level electromagnetic fields. However, some gaps in knowledge about biological effects exist and need further research."

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Effects on general health

D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phone"Some members of the public have attributed a diffuse collection of symptoms to low levels of exposure to electromagnetic fields at home. Reported symptoms include headaches, anxiety, suicide and depression, nausea, fatigue and loss of libido.

To date, scientific evidence does not support a link between these symptoms and exposure to electromagnetic fields. At least some of these health problems may be caused by noise or other factors in the environment, or by anxiety related to the presence of new technologies."

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Dr Devra Davis PhD, MPH of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences strongly disagrees with the official view mobile phones are harmless as outlined in the WHO transcript on this page. Download the PDF report and you make your own mind up as to whether you need to protect your health more from the dangers of EMFs 

http://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/NIEHS-transcript.pdf   Use a D-Fuze to be safe.

"The truth about mobile phone and wireless radiation" -- Dr Devra Davis

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D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phone

D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phone

The above snip taken from the WHO website belies what the WHO says in the transcript on this page. Who can you believe? The industry line that EMFs have nothing to do with brain tumours and ongoing health problems or do you believe the non industry scientists that are struggling to get their voices heard?

Read the full PDF Article here.


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Effects on pregnancy outcome

D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phone"Many different sources and exposures to electromagnetic fields in the living and working environment, including computer screens, water beds and electric blankets, radiofrequency welding machines, diathermy equipment and radar, have been evaluated by the WHO and other organizations. "

"The overall weight of evidence shows that exposure to fields at typical environmental levels does not increase the risk of any adverse outcome such as spontaneous abortions, malformations, low birth weight, and congenital diseases."

"There have been occasional reports of associations between health problems and presumed exposure to electromagnetic fields, such as reports of premature and low birth weight in children of workers in the electronics industry, but these have not been regarded by the scientific community as being necessarily caused by the field exposures (as opposed to factors such as exposure to solvents)."

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"General eye irritation and cataracts have sometimes been reported in workers exposed to high levels of radiofrequency and microwave radiation, but animal studies do not support the idea that such forms of eye damage can be produced at levels that are not thermally hazardous. There is no evidence that these effects occur at levels experienced by the general public."

Electromagnetic fields and cancer

D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phone"Despite many studies, the evidence for any effect remains highly controversial. However, it is clear that if electromagnetic fields do have an effect on cancer, then any increase in risk will be extremely small. The results to date contain many inconsistencies, but no large increases in risk have been found for any cancer in children or adults."

"A number of epidemiological studies suggest small increases in risk of childhood leukemia with exposure to low frequency magnetic fields in the home. However, scientists have not generally concluded that these results indicate a cause-effect relation between exposure to the fields and disease (as opposed to artifacts in the study or effects unrelated to field exposure)."

"In part, this conclusion has been reached because animal and laboratory studies fail to demonstrate any reproducible effects that are consistent with the hypothesis that fields cause or promote cancer. Large-scale studies are currently underway in several countries and may help resolve these issues."

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Eds Note: It seems odd to read that the WHO concluded above that there is no correlation to EMFs promoting cancer. That's a case of sticking your head in the sand and only taking it out to listen to industry sponsored scientist being paid to come up with their own research, just like the tobacco industry did for 30 years. It's a joke when you consider that the WHO by their own admission, now admit that EMFs do have serious side effects and probably do cause cancer.


Breast Cancer

One interesting case that can serve as an illustrative warning of the cancer-causing potential of cell phones is that of a young woman with no other predisposing risk factors for cancer who came down with multi-focal breast cancer. The case was revealed in the May issue of the Environmental Health Trust's newsletter. As it turns out, the young lady had the curious habit of tucking her cell phone into her bra...

Two cancer specialists, Robert Nagourney and John West, concluded there was only one other possibility that might have directly contributed to her breast cancer. "We connected the dots," the patient said. And the dots―quite literally the pattern of the cancer, and distribution of the cancerous cells―lined up perfectly with the shape of her cell phone.

While her doctor can't prove the cell phone EMFs caused her cancer, it should serve as a potent warning not only to other women who might tuck their phones in their bras, but also to those of you who keep your phones in your pants pocket or shirt pocket as well. As a general rule, you'll want to avoid carrying your phone anywhere on your body. Keep in mind that the most dangerous place to be, in terms of radiation exposure, is within about six inches of the emitting antenna. You do not want any part of your body within that proximity.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity and depression

D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phoneSome individuals report "hypersensitivity" to electric or magnetic fields. They ask whether aches and pains, headaches, depression, lethargy, sleeping disorders, and even convulsions and epileptic seizures could be associated with electromagnetic field exposure.

There is little scientific evidence to support the idea of electromagnetic hypersensitivity. Recent Scandinavian studies found that individuals do not show consistent reactions under properly controlled conditions of electromagnetic field exposure.

Nor is there any accepted biological mechanism to explain hypersensitivity. Research on this subject is difficult because many other subjective responses may be involved, apart from direct effects of fields themselves. More studies are continuing on the subject.

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Eds Note: Just because there are no studies that conclusively prove EMFs don't cause hypersensitivity doesn't mean that it doesn't happen. Where are the studies that prove EMFs are totally safe and don't cause any problems in individuals who are subjected to EMFs on a constant daily basis. Hmmm sounds like big tobacco all over again!

One of the latter studies on rats confirms that EMFs at the same rate as what is given out by the average cell phone does cause cancer in rats. "Report of Partial findings from the National Toxicology Program Carcinogenesis Studies of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Radiation in Hsd: Sprague Dawley® SD rats"

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The focus of current and future research

D-FUZE counteracts the impact of EMF radiation emitted from the cell phoneMuch effort is currently being directed towards the study of electromagnetic fields in relation to cancer. Studies in search for possible carcinogenic (cancer-producing) effects of power frequency fields is continuing, although at a reduced level compared to that of the late 1990's.

The long-term health effects of mobile telephone use is another topic of much current research. No obvious adverse effect of exposure to low level radiofrequency fields has been discovered.

 However, given public concerns regarding the safety of cellular telephones, further research aims to determine whether any less obvious effects might occur at very low exposure levels.

Key points

WHO View - "A wide range of environmental influences causes biological effects. 'Biological effect' does not equal 'health hazard'. Special research is needed to identify and measure health hazards." Eds Note: Extensive research is showing that EMFs are causing health problems to large numbers of people who are exposed to regular and constant levels of EMFs. Refer to the WHO document that now says EMFs are classified as class 2B potential carcinogens that cause malignant glioma cancer of the brain.

WHO View - "At low frequencies, external electric and magnetic fields induce small circulating currents within the body. In virtually all ordinary environments, the levels of induced currents inside the body are too small to produce obvious effects." Eds Note: This statement is obviously wrong to me. I have my own experience with EMFs to back up my own belief that the emissions of  EMFs from a WiFi modem and mobile phone I would site beside for many hours of the day actually caused my health problems. My symptoms were obvious to me and included irregular heart beat, black circles under my eyes and a general feeling of malaise and lack of energy.

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When I realized that it may have been caused by the EMFs I was being exposed to I took off the WiFi and connected with a wire from the laptop. Lo and behold the next day no more black sore eyes and no longer do I have the heart rhythm disturbances that were being caused by the EMFs. Do some research on it your self and you may find the puzzling low level health problems you have been suffering from suddenly evaporate once you limit your exposure to EMFs and ground or earth yourself.

WHO View -"The main effect of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields is heating of body tissues." Eds Note: If you feel any heating in any part of your body from EMFs you are going to be in serious trouble in the long term. Symptoms are far more subtle than feeling heat initially. If you feel heat from any EMF source stop what you are doing and get right away from the source of the EMFs.

Stop using WiFi and set up your computer with a wire connection and never use your mobile as a modem to connect to the Internet. Never have your phone turned on if you are carrying it on your body on a regular basis. Carry it in a bag if you must have it turned on so it isn't in close contact with your body. Turn it on after taking it away from your body.

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Use of a scientifically proven damping device that absorbs the microwave EMFs that are being transmitted is an alternative but still don't carry the phone against your body when it is turned on even though the device shows no emissions being generated. Simple test shows that the EMF damping technology exists and works.

WHO View - "There is no doubt that short-term exposure to very high levels of electromagnetic fields can be harmful to health. Current public concern focuses on possible long-term health effects caused by exposure to electromagnetic fields at levels below those required to trigger acute biological responses." Eds Note: Loads of scientific research is now showing just how dangerous EMFs are in the long term. Remember how long it took for BIG TOBACCO and also the asbestos industry to finally admit their products caused cancer.

Is this another BIG MONEY situation where the people are never told the truth until hundreds or even thousands have died? Even then the BIG MONEY is still used to fund research that pours cold water on the independent research by genuine well respected scientists that say otherwise.

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WHO view: WHO's International EMF Project was launched to provide scientifically sound and objective answers to public concerns about possible hazards of low level electromagnetic fields. Eds Note: This report when it was written was perhaps less than objective due to too much emphasis placed on industry funded research and little credence given to independent research

WHO view: Despite extensive research, to date there is no evidence to conclude that exposure to low level electromagnetic fields is harmful to human health. Eds Note: I think we can take statements like that as a grain of salt in light of the fact that WHO have now classified EMFs as a probably carcinogen,

WHO view: The focus of international research is the investigation of possible links between cancer and electromagnetic fields, at power line and radiofrequencies. Eds Note: Research is finally being recognised by powers that be, that EMFs actually are dangerous to health even at comparatively low levels.

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What Doctors Don't Tell You - WDDTY

Health agencies are in denial over the existence of EHS—electromagnetic hypersensitivity—and especially that EMFs from PCs, mobile phones, Wi-Fi and power lines could be to blame


It’s called ‘electromagnetic hypersensitivity’ (EHS)—a collection of symptoms that range from headaches, concentration problems and insomnia to skin irritation and fatigue. Yet despite the name, the World Health Organization (WHO) and most of the world’s major governments don’t accept that it’s caused by electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from electrical appliances, computers, mobile phones and masts, and power lines.

And there’s only a grudging acceptance that EHS is even a genuine health problem. If it does exist, it affects only around 1 per cent of a population, while the general view is that it’s a problem more in the mind of the sufferer. Sceptics point to studies where EHS sufferers responded more strongly to devices that weren’t emitting EMFs than those that were. Some psychologists have even classified it as an escape from the tensions and pace of the modern world.

So what’s the official line on the causes of EHS? According to the WHO, doctors who have an EHS patient should first order full psychiatric or psychological tests. If the patient isn’t mentally unstable, the EHS could be the result of indoor pollution, excessive noise, poor lighting or flickering fluorescent tubes.

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But countering this are the thousands of case studies of people who suddenly suffered fatigue or concentration problems without ever knowing they were in an environment of high EMF levels. In Sweden alone, which has some of the highest reported rates in Europe along with Germany and Denmark, around 250,000 people were identified as EHS sufferers in 2004, while it’s less prevalent in the UK, Austria and France.

Independent research studies are also starting to come down on the side that EHS is very real. One report—entitled ‘Electromagnetic hypersensitivity: fact or fiction?’—decided that it is, indeed, a fact. And more tellingly, the lead author, Professor Stephen Genuis at the University of Alberta in Canada, concluded that “many scientists now recognize that hypersensitivity to EMR (electromagnetic radiation) can be a debilitating medical condition that is affecting increasing numbers of people throughout the world”.1

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Follow the money

The cynic might suggest that the reluctance to recognize EHS as a genuine health concern—and EMFs as the cause—boils down to one simple issue: money. Aside from the vast amounts that would have to be paid out in compensation to EHS victims, governments have received enormous sums from the telecoms industry, which has also happened to fund the majority of research that has failed to identify EMFs as a health hazard. The UK government, for instance, garnered £2.3 billion from the auction of the new 4G mobile phone licences in 2013.

But despite the financial pressures, some countries are recognizing EHS as a genuine medical condition. The Swedish government has described it as a “functional impairment”, while Spain has classified it as a “permanent disability” and the Canadian Human Rights Commission includes EHS among a list of environmental sensitivities.

French authorities have gone further and declared EMFs as the cause not only of EHS, but also of various cancers, and small children are especially vulnerable. Last year, they banned the use of Wi-Fi in nursery schools, and ordered that networks be switched off when there are no lessons in schools catering to children aged up to 11. A French court also recognized EHS as a real condition and awarded the 39-year-old claimant, Marine Richard, a £650-a-month disability grant after she described her “allergy” to electronic devices, such as her mobile phone, Wi-Fi router and TV set. Her reactions included heart palpitations, nausea and headaches, and she now lives in a converted barn with no electricity.

Despite its reticence, the WHO has recognized EHS as a “non-specific, multisystem illness”, and has also classified EMFs as possible carcinogens, or cancer-causing agents—although it has stopped short of linking one as a cause of the other.

EHS has even achieved cult status. One of the characters in Better Call Saul, a TV series spin-off of Breaking Bad, is a sufferer who wears a tin-foil sheet when he’s at home.

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Do the right thing

Estimates vary for the number of people affected by EHS. Researchers have reckoned that anything from 1 to 8 per cent of a population may be so sensitive that they can’t function properly, while many more could have symptoms, such as insomnia or occasional memory lapses, but never associate them with ‘electrosmog’, as it’s called.

With this build-up of evidence and recognition of EHS by some governments, one group of scientists now wants every major country to accept the dangers of EMFs and limit the exposure of people—and especially children. In 2015, 24 scientists issued a declaration to have EHS “officially recognized” and included in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). They also want government health agencies to adopt simple precautionary measures and warn the public about the potential dangers of EMFs.

In the UK, British doctor Erica Mallery-Blythe has created the organisation PHIRE (Physicians' Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment), which she hopes will begin to inform the public and get doctors, schools, parents and patients better educated about these risks and working together. "It is impossible" she states, "for individuals to give informed consent, when they are not informed".

Here in the UK, we use the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) safety guidelines that were devised in 1998 to protect against tissue heating (thermal) effects. But, argues Dr. Mallery-Blythe those standards are obsolete and based on science that has been undermined by thousands of studies that demonstrate serious non-thermal biological effects at intensities far below this level. Other countries, and most other members of the EU, have abandoned the ICNIRP guidelines for far lower safety levels of radiation. She hopes that the UK will take urgent action to protect their citizens as other nations are now doing

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So what’s safe?

We’re surrounded by EMFs and always have been. The light from the sun and the earth’s magnetic field are two sources, but from the beginning of the previous century—with the introduction of the electric light bulb and electrical appliances in the home—our exposure started to increase. Today, we live in the electrosmog coming from TVs, power lines, PCs and laptops, Wi-Fi and routers, and mobile phones and masts.

Cases similar to EHS symptoms were reported as early as 1932 and they’ve been given a range of labels over the years, such as microwave sickness or syndrome, radio-wave syndrome, EMF intolerance syndrome and rapid ageing syndrome. In the 1960s, workers in the old USSR and Poland who were exposed to EMR reported a range of debilitating symptoms, and similar patterns were seen among military personnel in 1974.

The science supports the idea that these symptoms are not just ‘all in the head’. Studies have found that EMFs can
affect brain activity, while others have noted changes in the body’s cells, reactions that have been objectively measured by scientists.

Although we can all react differently to EMFs, scientists believe that EMF exposure reduces the body’s melatonin levels while raising nitric oxide (NO).2 These changes affect the body’s ability to fight cancer, and can lead to sleeping disorders, increased cholesterol levels and raised blood pressure.

Brain-wave patterns are also altered by EMF exposures. One study found that 45 minutes of exposure to pulsed microwaves affected choline levels in the brains of laboratory rats. Choline is a building block of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter that affects memory, intelligence and mood.3 Mobile phones have similar effects. Researchers in Finland found that just 33 minutes of mobile phone use suppressed glucose metabolism in the brain, which suggests that the brain’s neurons become starved of sugar, so leading to concentration, learning and memory problems.4

These physiological changes are also reflected in population studies. One review discovered that eight out of 10 studies of communities living less than 500 metres from a mobile-phone base station reported an increase in neurobehavioural symptoms and in cancer. Yet, the exposure to EMF radiation in each case was well within the current safety levels.5

Symptoms like headaches, poor concentration and irritability also got worse the closer a person was to a base station.6 And one Austrian study found an association between levels of high-frequency EMFs (like those used in mobile phones) in bedrooms and symptoms like headaches and concentration difficulties.7

Dr Mallery-Blythe describes the rise of EMFs as “the largest change to the earth’s electromagnetic environment that has ever taken place in human history”. Unless we act, she echoes the fears of experts who predict that this could become “the greatest public health disaster in planetary history”.

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Paying the piper

Health agencies have pretty much relied on the 13-country Interphone Study results as a gauge of health hazards with mobile-phone use. Its various studies have consistently found no risk, and one even suggested that the devices can protect against brain cancer.

The study was partly funded by the Mobile Manufacturers Forum (MMF) and the Global System for Mobile Communication Association (GSMA), two groups that stand to benefit from positive results.

But funding seems to have skewed the results, as a team of independent researchers from the Republic of Korea found when they took another look at the findings. On analyzing only the independent studies—and putting to one side the Interphone trials, which the researchers said were of very poor quality—they discovered that continual use of a mobile phone for 10 years or longer increased the chances of developing a brain tumour by up to 34 per cent.1

This funding effect was also identified by researchers from the University of Berne, Switzerland, who found that studies paid for by the telecoms industry were the least likely to report any significant effect of exposure compared with those paid for by charities or other independent agencies.2

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