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31 January 2014

Top Alzheimer's Expert Reveals: We've Wasted Billions on Drugs When All We Needed Was Prevention

Prevention is key for many diseases:  cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's...

Top Alzheimer’s Expert Reveals: We’ve Wasted Billions on Drugs When All We Needed Was Prevention

by Mason Grant, Guest Writer for Wake Up World, 30 January 2014

In the last few decades, almost $40 billion has been spent worldwide on trying to develop a breakthrough drug treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, yet we still don’t have anything that can slow down, let alone stop, the disease. The pharmaceutical industry has left patients and their families in the hopeless position of waiting on drug treatment for a disease desperately needing investments in prevention.

What’s so cruel is that no one has ever made it clear to patients or their families that treatment options are not the only route to help victims or those predisposed to this disease.

There are other options.

Prevention Is Key

Professor David Smith, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at Oxford University and a top dementia expert, states that there are things that can be done to improve the situation right now — but governments, charities and other research bodies need to make a long overdue switch to a new strategy: preventing the disease.

29 January 2014

United States: FDA Blocks Import of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients from Ranbaxy Plants for Six Products

The FDA has blocked import of active pharmaceutical ingredients from Ranbaxy plants that go into making the following drugs:

· Atorvastatin tablets
· Lorazepam tablets
· Doxycycline monohydrate capsules
· Donepezil tablets
· Clorazepate tablets
· Midozolam liquid

The People's Pharmacy asked the FDA whether Ranbaxy products still on pharmacy shelves should be recalled and whether patients should return their generic drugs to pharmacies. A representative told us that they were unaware of any reports of problems from patients. So far the agency is not requiring the removal of any current Ranbaxy products and it specifically states:

"The FDA recommends that patients not disrupt their drug therapy because this could jeopardize their health. Patients who are concerned about their medications should talk with their health care professional before discontinuing treatment."

Indian Generic Drug Firm Ranbaxy Is in Big Trouble Again! Why You Should Care
People's Pharmacy , 28 January 014

27 January 2014

France: How the Telecoms Lobby Makes Us Believe There Is No Problem With Electromagnetic Radiation

Fleur Pellerin, Minister for Digital Economy
This excellent investigative report on the French telecoms lobby clarifies the reasons for the watered-down version of the bill on electromagnetic waves which was recently passed by the French National Assembly and has now gone to the Senate for approval.

How lobbies make us believe there is no problem with electromagnetic waves
by Marie Astier, Reporterre, 23 January 2014
(translated from French by the Editor of this blog)

Today, the National Assembly is looking at a proposed bill on exposure to electromagnetic radiation produced by cell phones, Wi-Fi… A very weak proposal in a field where the weight of lobbies is particularly heavy. Investigative report.

Little by little, proof is accumulating. In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer classified electromagnetic waves in the group of « agents possibly carcinogenic to humans. » In 2012, the BioInitiative Report, the result of a study of 1,800 publications on waves, concluded that « biological effects have been established » even at « very weak exposure levels ». In October 2013, in France, the benchmark report for decision-makers was updated by ANSES (National Agency for Food, Environmental, and Occupational Safety). It indicates that there is no proven effect of waves on human health… But nevertheless it recommends caution, notably limiting children’s exposure to cell phones.

26 January 2014

Switzerland: 4.6 Million Inhabitants Will Receive Iodine

4.6 million inhabitants will receive iodine.
AR.G.with ats, Tribune de Genève, 23 January 2014

The Federal Council is drawing lessons from Fukushima. It is tripling the number of persons who will receive iodine. Vaud is concerned.

The preventive distribution of iodine in order to combat the effects of a nuclear accident will be considerably expanded in Switzerland. The Federal Council yesterday widened the perimeter of distribution to persons living within a radius of 50 kilometers from a nuclear plant, instead of the current 20 kilometers. The area includes Moudon and Yvonand but not Yverdon; 4.6 million persons will thus receive a stock of iodine tablets, three times the 1.2 million citizens currently concerned. The distribution will begin next fall. Who will take charge of this? “It will be done through the post,” says Daniel Dauwalder, spokesperson at the Federal Office for Public Health. How much will it cost? 30 million francs [$33.5 million], all to be borne by the operators of nuclear plants.

25 January 2014

France: The Law on Electromagnetic Waves in 5 Questions

For cell phones, manufacturers will have to recommend use of hand-free kits. All advertising targeting children under 14 will be banned. Regarding children, the initial proposed bill of the ecologists aimed to ban Wi-Fi in all establishments for those under 6. But the Government voted an amendment restraining this measure to those under 3, that is, to childcare facilities. It will thus not concern nursery schools.

Regarding persons suffering from electrohypersensitivity, the government will have to provide the Parliament with a report dealing in particular with “the opportunity to create areas of limited electromagnetic radiation, notably in the urban environment”, as well as “taking into account the conditions” of their difficulties in the workplace.

[Translator's note:  We have translated "crêches et garderies" as "childcare facilities" and "écoles maternelles" as "nurseries".  According to the article on the same subject from Le Nouvel Observateur, publicity for tablets has been banned for those under age 14 (risking a fine of 75,000 euros) , as is already the case with cell phones, as well as advertising cell phones without headsets.  Operators must moreover propose headsets compatible with the size of a child's ears if the buyer requests this.  Reader, you may correct me regarding childcare facilities and nurseries/kindergartens!]

The Law on Electromagnetic Waves in 5 Questions

by Audrey Garric et Pierre Le Hir, Le Monde.fr, 24 January 2014 (translated from French by the Editor of this blog)

One year after « a first-class burial » in the eyes of the Ecologists, the Assembly adopted, on Thursday 23 January, a proposed bill of compromise to limit exposure to electromagnetic waves generated by wireless technologies – mobile phones, tablets, Wi-Fi.

23 January 2014

Dr. Olle Johansson Talks About Electrohypersensitivity Symptoms and Protection

This very recent 7-minute video of Professor Olle Johansson, Department of Neuroscience, Karolinka Institute, Stockholm, talking about EHS and protection, is excellent.  

Electro Hypersensitivity Symptoms and protection (22 January 2014 - 7 min.)

21 January 2014

World Economic Forum: Global Risks 2014

The following is our selection from Part 1 of the Global Risks 2014 report of the World Economic Forum. A list of reports and full texts is available here.

A global risk is defined as an occurrence that causes significant negative impact for several countries and industries over a time frame of up to 10 years. A key characteristic of global risks is their potential systemic nature – they have the potential to affect an entire system, as opposed to individual parts and components…

This report considers a core set of 31 global risks in five categories: economic, environmental, geopolitical, technological, and societal.

Economic Risks

Risks in the economic category include fiscal and liquidity crises, failure of a major financial mechanism or institution, oil-price shocks, chronic unemployment and failure of physical infrastructure on which economic activity depends.

Environmental Risks

Risks in the environmental category include both natural disasters, such as earthquakes and geomagnetic storms, and man-made risks such as collapsing ecosystems, freshwater shortages, nuclear accidents and failure to mitigate or adapt to climate change.

20 January 2014

Nobel Laureate Dr. Devra Davis: If the Cell Phone Were a Drug, It Would Be Banned

Oncologist Dr. Devra Davis
Nobel laureate: If the cellphone were a drug, it would be banned
by Rahime Sezgin, todayszaman.com, 
3 July 2011

Once carrying three cell phones with her, Nobel Prize-winning oncologist Devra Davis gave up using them after conducting a study over the dangers of these devices.

She says we allow our brain cells to die every time we speak on the phone and stresses that if the cell phone were a drug, it would be banned because it entered our lives without having been tested.

Highlighting that people face a big problem due to cell phones, the American oncologist suggests there are ways to ease the negative effects of our mobile telephones. The simplest precaution is to keep the cell phone far from our bodies and use an earpiece while using them.

18 January 2014

Some Owners of the Wrist-Worn Fitbit Activity Tracker Complain of Severe Skin Irritation

A photograph showing the wrist of Steven Adams, 31, of
Charleston, W. Va., which he said he took after wearing
his Fitbit Force for about a month.
Wearers of the Fitbit Force, a wrist-worn activity tracker that measures steps, stairs climbed, calories burned and sleep, are reporting severe skin irritation, including rashes, blisters and peeling skin.  Wearable devices, or so called wearables, with sensors that connect to a network or an app and collect data that can include sleep and heart rate, were hot items at last week's International CES, the annual technology trade show, in Las Vegas.

Some Fitbit Force Owners Complain Of Severe Skin Irritation
by Timothy Stenovec, timothy.stenovec@huffingtonpost.com, The Huffington Post, 13 January 2014

Some owners of the Fitbit Force, the company's latest wrist-worn activity tracker that measures steps, stairs climbed, calories burned and sleep, are reporting severe skin irritation, including rashes, blisters and peeling skin.

Some of these people, who have taken to Fitbit and Engadget online forums as well as to Twitter with complaints, have reported seeking medical care for injuries they say were caused by the band. Fitbit Force came out last fall and retails for $130.

Summary of the Risks of Cell Phone Use by Dr. Mercola

Following are extracts from Dr. Mercola’s excellent article on the risks of cell phone use. The article is available in Spanish (link at end of article).

Cell Phone Use Linked to Lower Grades, Anxiety, and Much Worse...
by Dr. Mercola, 19 December 2013

Mounting research raises tremendously important questions about the long-term safety of saturating ourselves in electromagnetic frequencies. As a result, at least a dozen countries around the world have begun to adopt a precautionary approach toward cell phone use and other wireless technologies.

For example, two years ago, a Council of Europe committee concluded that “immediate action was required to protect children” after examining the evidence.1 Russian officials have issued the recommendation that all children under the age of 18 should avoid using cell phones entirely. And the UK, Israel, Germany, India and Finland also urge citizens to err on the side of caution with respect to their children’s use of cell phones.

Most recently, Belgium adopted new cell phone regulations2 prohibiting the sale of mobile phones designed for, and marketed to children under the age of seven.3 The regulations take effect in March 2014. Retailers and internet marketers will also be required to disclose the specific absorption rate (SAR) of the phones they sell, and must display posters with recommendations for safer cell phone use.

17 January 2014

Children and Technology Addiction

Children & Technology Addiction
by Amanda Hearn, Green Child Magazine, 13 June 2013

“It’s hard to imagine how the next generation is going to save the environment if they haven’t actually spent time in it.”
~ author unknown


Technology is growing and changing just as quickly as our children. With constant exposure to screens, it’s only natural for a parent to be concerned about what all this screen time is doing to our children.

What can technology addiction look like?

· She can’t entertain herself without electronics.
· Disconnecting him results in tantrums or high level of irritation.
· She develops a negative attitude towards spending time in nature.
· He can’t manage guidelines surrounding electronics.

Older kids are entering a digital world with social issues connected to cyber bullying with texting, social media, adult content websites, and violent video games. We are just beginning to learn the trickle effect of advanced time spent connected to screens and children plugged into technology.

U.S. Law Firm Representing Consumers in Cell Phone Radiation Lawsuits Applauds Groups' Call for New Cell Phone Radiation Standards

Re-posted:

Cell Phone Radiation Lawsuit News: Bernstein Liebhard LLP Applauds Groups’ Call for New Cell Phone Radiation Standards
New York, New York, PRWEB,  7 September 2013

View this excellent video on "cell phone cancer".

The Firm is actively filing cell phone radiation lawsuits on behalf of individuals who allegedly suffered brain tumors from cell phones

Bernstein Liebhard LLP, a nationwide law firm representing consumers in cell phone radiation lawsuits, (http://www.consumerinjurylawyers.com/cell-phone-radiation-lawsuit.html) applauds a new effort by a consortium of health and consumers groups to convince U.S. government regulators to revamp cell phone radiation standards. According to a statement issued on September 3rd, the Environmental Working Group and 11 other public interest organizations have written to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) urging them to update current protocols for wireless devices in order to better protect the health of children; update radiation standards to reflect actual patterns of use; and provide consumers with information about potential radiation exposure from specific phones and networks.*

16 January 2014

Radiofrequency Fields: Evidence Mounts Toward "Definitely Carcinogenic"

Article re-posted.

Radiofrequency (RF) Fields: Possibly, Probably, or Definitely Carcinogenic — The Evidence Mounts Toward the Latter.
thetruthaboutsmartgrids, posted on 4 December 2013 by SkyVision Solutions

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) generally categorizes agents into four (4) categories:

- Group 1: Carcinogenic to humans.
- Group 2A: Probably carcinogenic to humans.
- Group 2B: Possibly carcinogenic to humans.
- Group 3: Not classifiable as to carcinogenicity in humans.






Evidence for RF Fields Being Group 2B, Possibly Carcinogenic

Paul Brodeur, One of First Journalists to Write About the Adverse Health Effects of Microwave Radiation - Back in 1976

Paul Brodeur, the author of this book published
in 1977, was one of the first journalists to write
at length about the adverse health effects of
microwave radiation.
An evaluation of six major studies shows a possible association between wireless phone use and brain tumors. "What microwave radiation does in most simplistic terms is similar to what happens to food in microwaves, essentially cooking the brain."  Swedish scientists have determined that people who start using mobile phones before the age of 20 are experiencing more than a five-fold risk of developing malignant tumors of the brain, and a similar risk of developing tumors of the inner ear.

Excerpt from article "Paul Brodeur: I Never Said That Microwaves Take Nutrients Out Of Food, Despite 'American Hustle'"
by Christopher Rosen, The Huffington Post,
7 January 2014

Paul Brodeur's full statement to HuffPost [regarding the statement that he has written in a magazine that a microwave oven "takes all of the nutrition out of food"]:

In a piece entitled "17 Best Movie Moments of 2013" that appeared in the Huffington Post on January 6, 2014, Christopher Rosen, a senior entertainment editor, includes a trailer from the film "American Hustle,” which states that Paul Brodeur has written in a magazine that a microwave oven "takes all of the nutrition out of food." This is a serious error. I have never written in The New Yorker, where I was a staff writer for nearly forty years, or in any other magazine, or declared in any way that a microwave oven does any such thing. Indeed, I have publicly stated the opposite. (See People magazine, Vol. 9, No. 4, January 30, 1978.) However, I was the first journalist to write at length about the adverse health effects of microwave radiation (see The New Yorker, December 13 and 20, 1976, and books entitled The Zapping of America, W.W. Norton, 1977; Currents of Death, Simon and Schuster, 1989; and Secrets, A Writer in the Cold War, Faber and Faber, 1997.) I have also spoken publicly about the microwave radiation hazard.

12 January 2014

Walmart to Install Obamacare RFID Chip Scanning Health Machines?

The SoloHealth Station can now be found in Walmart stores all across the country. Those wary of government intrusions into individual privacy view the kiosks simply as one way to amass millions of retina scans into an ID database, in addition to their stated health objective.

Walmart to Install Obamacare RFID Chip Scanning Health Machines?

by Daniel Worku, guardianlv.com, 
23 December 2013.

Walmart has rolled out and installed a new bar code reading machine called a SoloHealth Station. The station, apparently, is the latest manifestation of a changing infrastructure, one that will be tailor-made to usher in a “Brave New World,” which some eagerly await while others warily view with caution and disapproval. Walmart and Sam’s Club have taken steps, which could be making such a world a reality.

The devices and Walmart SoloHealth Stations are just some of the commercial and infrastructure changes which will be utilized in conjunction with the Affordable Healthcare Act. A possible connection between RFID use and the new healthcare legislation can be found in HR 3962 Section 2571 subsection (B), which discusses use of Class II & III devices alongside a “Medical Device Registry.”

11 January 2014

Children's Use of Mobile Phones: Comparison of Use in Five Countries

“65% of children aged 8 to 18 have access to a mobile handset. Across the five countries, 12 is the most common age for a child to first own a mobile phone. However, there are significant variations by country; for example, in India and Japan it is more common for children to first own a phone when they are 15 years old, whereas in Chile, 10 is the most common age.” The discussion about safety issues includes topics on overuse of cell phones and inappropriate sites. There is no mention in this report of potential physical and mental health risks.

Following is a description of the report and the part of the Executive Summary on safer mobile use and the impact of mobile phone use on children’s lives.  The report in full is available here: Full report – English (PDF).  Executive summaries are available in English and Spanish (links at end of article).

Children’s use of mobile phones – An international comparison 2012
Published in 2013 by the GSM Association and the Mobile Society Research Institute within NTT DOCOMO Inc, Japan, in association with various telecoms operators, 13 May 2013

Children in a mobile world

Children around the globe are increasingly passionate users of mobile technology. Demonstrating a receptivity and enthusiasm that far exceeds those of their parents and teachers; they are embracing the opportunities provided by mobile phones in ways that could not have been predicted a decade ago.

09 January 2014

Thyroid Cancer Rates on the Rise in Japanese Children, Experts Warn Residents to Evacuate Koriyama

Thyroid cancer rates on the rise in Japanese children, experts warn residents to evacuate
by L.J. Devon, Staff Writer, Natural News, 
8 January 2014

(NaturalNews) When Japanese Professor Toshihide Tsuda of Okayama University sat down with leaders from the Japanese Ministry of the Environment, talk about citywide evacuation near the Fukushima nuclear breakdown site began. Deeply concerned about rising thyroid cancer rates in Japanese children, these leaders believe that it's time to evacuate the city of Koriyama.

When the two spoke to Japanese government officials, their concerns were downplayed.
The Japanese government remains reluctant to evacuate the city, not wanting to scare citizens, but Professor Tsuda has begun urging residents to evacuate Koriyama anyway.

The epidemiology professor reports, "An incident rate of thyroid cancer on children in Fukushima are from several times to dozens times higher than usual. This is a rash of disease. There is a possibility [it will] increase more in [the] future and we need a countermeasure."

08 January 2014

Root Canals : A Potentially Dangerous Way to Save a Tooth?

Recently, I was hospitalized with a serious infection and inflammation (osteomyelitis) caused by a tooth which had had root canal work. I escaped an operation - for now, but was prescribed intravenous and then oral antibiotics over a long period. Until the “dead” tooth was extracted, I experienced terrible, uncontrollable pain. After 5 months, the loss of sensation in the lower part of my jaw is still there and may never return, creating an uncomfortable sensation. The dentist who did the root canal work was judged “negligent” by members of the profession. If root canal work is done, all dentists should warn patients of possible complications and survey the tooth closely after the work is done.  Problems with root canal work are more common than people realize;  two of my friends have since told me about their negative experiences.

Root Canals – Facts vs. Fictions
cancertruth.net

If one of your teeth begins to hurt, your dentist may suggest that you have a “root canal.” This is accomplished by drilling a hole on the top of your tooth, inserting an auger, and ripping out the artery and nerve. The root canal area is cleaned, sterilized, and disinfected. Then the inside of the tooth is filled, and the hole is typically sealed with a crown. Each year, millions of root canals are done with an apparent success rate of over 90%. In other words, there is no pain, and the X-rays indicate that the tooth has been “healed.” Unfortunately, this masks a problem which can still be occurring.

06 January 2014

Mobile Phone Use in Children and Teens Translates to 5 Times Increase in Brain Cancer Rates

Mobile Phone Use in Children and Teens Translates to 5 Times Increase in Brain Cancer Rates
by April McCarthy, Guest Writer for Wake Up World,
6 January 2014

Research indicates children and teenagers are five times more likely to get brain cancer if they use mobile phones, and if today’s young people don’t reduce their use of wireless mobile devices, they may suffer an “epidemic” of the disease in later life.

In the United States, at least nine out of ten 16-year-olds have their own handset, as do more than 40 percent of primary schoolchildren.

Many scientists have claimed that the wave of mobile communications made popular in the last two decades will result in long-term health implications worldwide. An unprecedented level and frequency of tumor growth inside the human brain may be inevitable.

Hawaii to Become First State to Ban Plastic Bags

Hawaii County Set To Begin Plastic Bag Ban
The Huffington Post, 31 December 2013

Imagine a future where endless balls of plastic bags aren't jammed underneath the kitchen sink, where the idea of a "plastic bag holder" is as quaint as a CD rack, and where that famous scene in "American Beauty" prompts children to ask their parents about the bygone days of plastic bag pollution.

For Hawaii, such a future is just around the corner. All four of the populated counties in Hawaii have passed legislation banning plastic bags at checkout counters, making it the first state in the country to pass such a ban. (There is a fifth county, Kalawao County, in Hawaii, but it is very remote and barely populated.) On the Big Island, where consumers have been paying for plastic bags at checkout lines for the past year, the ban officially begins on Jan. 17 at grocery stores, restaurants and retailers.

05 January 2014

Documentary on Lyme Disease: "Under Our Skin"

This is an excellent film. It documents well the epidemic proportions of the Lyme disease, the mistreatment and misdiagnosis of the disease, the disease sufferers’ physical complaints being taken for a psychological disorder, denial of medical coverage, the witch hunt of doctors prescribing long-term antibiotic treatment to the point of suspension of their medical licenses (a way for insurance companies to get rid of doctors costing them too much money), inadequate treatment being dictated by medical guidelines drawn up by doctors tainted by financial interests… Behind this, the sensitive testimonies of patients suffering from Lyme and of the doctors treating them.  (See also the post on the action of electromagnetic fields on the DNA of viruses and bacteria, including Lyme disease.  Contrary to dominant medical thought, Professor Luc Montagnier, 2008 Nobel Laureate in medicine, is convinced that Lyme disease can degenerate into a chronic infection and that it must be taken seriously).

Under Our Skin (2008 – 104 min.)



Health Effects of Chernobyl, 25 Years After the Reactor Catastrophe

"The genetic defects caused by Chernobyl will continue to trouble the world for a long time to come – most of the effects will not become apparent until the second or third generation.

"Even if the extent of the health effects is not yet clear, it can still be predicted that the suffering brought about by the nuclear disaster in Fukushima is, and will be, of a similar magnitude."


Following is the executive summary from this report, available here in full.
Health Effects of Chernobyl, 25 years after the reactor catastrophe

German Affiliate of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and Society for Radiation Protection, April 2011

Authors:
Dr. rer. nat. Sebastian Pflugbeil, Society for Radiation Protection
Henrik Paulitz, IPPNW
Dr. med. Angelika Claussen, IPPNW
Prof. Dr. Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake, Society for Radiation Protection

Executive Summary

This paper evaluates studies that contain plausible indications of health damage caused by the Chernobyl catastrophe. The authors of this paper attach importance to the selection of methodically accurate and comprehensible analyses. Due to the already mentioned methodical difficulties, it is not our aim to present the “right” statistics in contrast to the obviously wrong ones given by the IAEA, since these can never be found. They can only supply us with indications as to the diversity and extent of the health effects we should be dealing with when we talk about the health effects of Chernobyl.

04 January 2014

United States: Government Solicitation of Bids for Potassium Iodide Triggers Concerns of Fallout Danger

Government Solicitation of Bids for Potassium Iodide Triggers Concerns of Fallout Danger
Posted by: Rick Wells, 1st January 2014

A solicitation posted December 6th, on the Federal Business Opportunities website is seeking suppliers for 14 million doses of potassium iodide for delivery by February 1st, 2014. Quotes were due no later than Tuesday, December 23, 2013. An order of that nature, to be delivered in a relatively short period of time, could suggest that some recognition of a potential or existing hazard has taken place.

Potassium iodide offers protection in the aftermath of nuclear accidents by blocking radioactive iodine from being absorbed into the thyroid gland. The effects on from unprotected exposure to radiation or severe and life threatening.

The request specifies the form as “potassium iodide tablet, 65mg, unit dose package of 20s; 700,000 packages (of 20s).”

Current regulations do not require potassium iodide to be held in reserve for emergencies, although they recommend that states with populations within ten miles of a nuclear reactor maintain an adequate supply.

02 January 2014

Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium: Arnoldshain, Germany, 4-7 March 2014

March 4th – 7th 2014: Chernobyl Fukushima Symposium with REAL independent experts
1st January 2014 by Mikkai, tekknorg



At this specialist symposium, doctors from Germany, America, Belarus, and other countries will share findings about the diseases as a result of the nuclear disasters at Chernobyl and Fukushima, and discuss medical treatment. This event is organized in cooperation with the Ecumenical Centre EKHN and the German section of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War , Physicians for Social Responsibility Association ( IPPNW / PSR) .

Contact: http://www.zentrum-oekumene-ekhn.de , E-MAIL martina.schreiber (at) zoe- ekhn.de

Venue:
Martin Niemöller House , AmEichwaldsfeld 3 (STREET), 61389 Schmitten / Arnoldshain (CITY), Germany

Dates:
Start: March 4th 2014 18:00 (6 pm)
End: march 7th .2014 13:00 (1 pm)

Target Audience: Physicians, scientists , environmentalists, and committed to initiatives that take care of the people from radiation- polluted areas in various ways.

Sign up until:   20 January 2014

The speakers will be translated into German and English.