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Table Of Contents

1. BACKGROUND
2. TERMS OF REFERENCE
3. SCIENTIFIC RATIONALE
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Terms and definitions
3.3. Radio Frequency Fields (RF fields)
3.3.1. Sources and distribution of exposure in the population
3.3.2. Cancer
3.3.2.1. Epidemiology
3.3.2.2. In vivo
3.3.3. Symptoms
3.3.4. Nervous system effects
3.3.5. Miscellaneous human
3.3.6. Reproduction and development
3.3.7. Sensitivity of children
3.3.8. Conclusions about RF fields
3.4. Intermediate Frequency Fields (IF fields)
3.4.1. Sources and distribution of exposure in the population
3.4.2. Health Effects
3.4.3. Conclusions about intermediate frequencies
3.5. Extremely low frequency fields (ELF fields)
3.5.1. Sources and distribution of exposure in the population
3.5.2. Cancer
3.5.2.1. Epidemiology
3.5.2.3. In vitro
3.5.3. Symptoms
3.5.4. Other Health Effects
3.5.4.1. Epidemiology
3.5.4.2. In vivo
3.5.4.3. In vitro
3.5.5. Conclusions about ELF fields
3.6. Static fields
3.6.2. Health effects
3.6.3. Conclusions about static fields
3.7. Environmental Effects
4. COMMITTEE OPINION
5. MINORITY OPINION
6. REFERENCES
7. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
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