Leif Salford's recent work on the blood-brain barrier has
verified the earlier work of Allan Frey and others, but with
additional, ominous findings. First, sometimes, decreasing
the amount of radiation 1,000 times increased the damage to
the brain (demonstrating the 'window' effect). Second,
animals exposed to a cell phone once for two hours were
found to have areas of brain cell death two months later.
Salford has called cell phones 'the world's largest
biological experiment ever'. His work provides solid support
for those who warn that every cell phone call damages brain
cells, and that cell phones, like cigarettes, harm both
users and nearby non-users.
His findings are particularly alarming in light of surveys –
by Santini in France, and by Sandström and Mild in Sweden –
which include: headaches, migraines, chronic fatigue,
agitation, sleep disorders, tinnitus, nervous and connective
tissue pains of unexplained origin, and susceptibility to
infection. The appeal calls for a massive reduction in
exposure limits; no further expansion of cell phone
technology; cell phone-and antenna-free zones; a ban on cell
phone use by children; and a ban on cell phones and digital
cordless phones in schools, hospitals, nursing homes, public
buildings and public transportation.
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