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10 January 2020

Switzerland: Mobile Telephony and Radiation: A Group of Experts without Conflict of Interest Denounces a Biased Evaluation

Mobile telephony and radiation: a group of radiation experts without conflict of interest denounces a biased evaluation
9 January 2020

Attention! The links below to the letter in English and in German work only if you are logged into Facebook.

In a letter to the President of Switzerland dated January 7, Dr. Lennart Hardell and twenty-two radiation experts with no conflict of interest, including Dr. Franz Adlkofer, Prof. Dominique Belpomme, Dr. David O. Carpenter, Dr. Paul Héroux, Dr. Henry Lai, and Dr. med. Gerd Oberfeld, challenge the biased conclusions of the health risk assessment of mobile telephony in Switzerland.

The experts with no conflicts of interest dispute, for example, Martin Röösli's assertion that "no health effects have been consistently proven below the set emission limit values".

The experts without a conflict of interest believe that the report "Mobile Telephony and Radiation" published in November contains an assessment that is "scientifically inaccurate and contradicts the opinion of the majority of scientists in this field".

They fear that the reports led by Martin Röösli may be influenced by his links with the wireless industry (conflict of interest). This could affect other members of the Evaluation Group.

The letter was addressed to the President of the Confederation, Simonetta Sommaruga, all members of the Federal Council, OFCOM and other federal departments.

See also: http://www.pierredubochet.ch/ofev,-telephonie-mobile-et-rayonnement.html?fbclid=IwAR0dJ5sd62I4F6-GXAj_54-yBpAET1K1WgMGn_chJL0KrFA_oJFttnL3_tM

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