OSCILLATORIUM

EMF Effects Seen in Blood

 
“And the precautionary principle… should apply to every technological intervention.  All technologies should be assumed potentially guilty of harms until proven innocent, a reversal of present standards.  Insurance liability coverage is a crucial indicator for precautionary stands:  if the insurance industry refused coverage, that is a clear signal of danger and usustainability.”  Jerry Mander and John Cavanagh
 
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Version: 07-11-16
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The blood may be seen as a window into some of the physiologic non-thermal effects of EMF.  There are changes in the structures and functions of many cell types (and their organelles) as well as the quality and quantity of substances carried in the plasma.  This map presents an overview of some the research available on EMF effects on the blood cells and other components.