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Electrosensitivity Translated by Emelie

Electrosensitivity Translated by Emelie

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Wifi, EMFs : Electrosensitivity (ES, EHS) physiologically explained at last
In 2007, a number of libraries employees in Paris complained about headaches, nausea... rightafter massive installation of wifi emitters in their offices. This led to a fight between Paris' cityhall and worker unions (giving way to the set up of a citizen conference on proliferation of EMFs in Paris)At French National Library BNF, and more recently in Paris subway transport company RATP, itis in the same deleterious conditions that the debate takes place between unions andcorporations, relative to questions about health implications at work relative to the in-flow of those new wireless technologies in businesses. Everyone in this file has now access to a firstmedical answer relative to intolerance to EMFs published in Canadian Newspaper "La Maisondu 21ème Siècle"French researchers have just shown that Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) does notably modifyblood and brain physiology in ES people, and that the impact on those biological markers risesand falls with intensity of the exposure. "We do know with certainty thatElectrohypersensitivity is not psychosomatic", tells us Oncologist Pr. Belpomme in a telephoneinterview. "EMFs do trigger major effects in the brain. The most important effect is theopening of the blood-brain barrier. This allows mercury, organochlorates and other toxics topervade through the brain, where they cause diverse ailments and neurodegenerativediseases." Pr Belpomme records having 20 news patients per week.An Oncology Professor at Paris Descartes University, Pr. Belpomme is president of theAssociation for Therapeutic Research Against Cancer (french acronym ARTAC,artac.info),which shifted to cancer prevention from 2004 on. Since may 2008, his team studies what henamed Electromagnetic Fields Intolerance Syndrom (french acronym SICEM). "I have 450patients and I see up to 20 new patients each week, including children with headaches,memory loss, attention or language troubles. We have the biggest cluster in Europe of electrosensitive patients. This is a major problem in public health."ES, or SICEM, is an extreme reaction to fairly low exposure levels to electric and magneticfields of low frequency (50-60Hz) emitted by electric wires and electrical appartus, up to10MHz or 300GHz radiofrequencies, including microwaves, of wireless devices and theirantennaes. This syndrome is recognized in Sweden as a handicap giving way to diversemodifications of the environment by protecting devices that can be state-subsidized to lowerexposures.Most sensitive cases are wrongly imputed to psychiatry : their symptoms (cardiovascular,dermatological, neurological and muscular) are so strong they have to protect themselveswith special clothing, paints, metal shieldings, ideally connected to the electrical ground.Others move to forests, caves, and remote places, far away from EMF emissions.Pr. Belpomme's team put up a diagnosis method based on blood tests and a special type of electroencephalogram (pulsed doppler echographics) which enables them to visualize bloodflows in the brain. "Those kind of patients are sure to have troubles in brain vascularization",says the oncologist.Besides, biological tests demonstrates that 30% have elevated histamine rates, 50% haveelevated rate of stress proteins, most of them have a very low rate of melatonin (anticancerhormone), and 30% have antibodies and protein rates which indicates a thermal shock andspeak for brain suffering." he adds that half of his patients also develop hypersensitivity toman-made chemicals, both syndromes sharing common brain anomalies.The oncologist explained us there were 3 distinct levels of sensitivity to pollutants. At first,there is intolerance, triggered by pollutants polymorphism. "This means we are all different.For instance, 30% of the general population has the biggest risk of contracting cancer." Thenlies susceptibility, a factor demonstrated by his Swedish colleague Lennard Hardell whoobserved 16 families with bigger ES because of heredity. There also are active susceptibilityfactors "such as dental amalgams which act up as antennas" catching the waves. Then, ESmanifests in two steps : "the first step is that of induction with overexposure to a specific

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