Real Risks of 5G - Prof Devra Davis
In this article, Professor Devra Davis talks about the real risks of 5G radiation.
The Miseducation of America on 5G: The New York Times Gets It Spectacularly Wrong
Ten Corrections to William J. Broad’s “The 5G Health Hazard That Isn’t”, New York Times July 16, 2019
Issued by Devra Davis, PhD, MPH, President, Theodora Scarato, MSW, Executive Director, Environmental Health Trust.
1. First of all, contrary to Broad’s claim, Dr. Curry’s report and graph on wireless radiation risks to children in schools in 2000 were not the central foundation for scientific concerns regarding wireless radiation.
- Long before 2000, scientists had investigated and confirmed numerous health impacts of electromagnetic (EMF) radiation.
- For over two decades, the US EPA had a robust research program on electromagnetic fields (EMF) that was expressly defunded by Congress in 1995, shortly after the EPA briefed the FCC about plans for developing EMF safety standards.
- As a result, no federal agency has responsibility for setting standards for public safety from exposures to EMF that include radiofrequency radiation (RF), also known as microwave or wireless radiation.
2. In fact, in contradiction to Broad’s assertion, Curry’s graph showing greater absorption with higher frequency of wireless radiation up to 3G was correct and directly applicable to schools.
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