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Pubblicata la metodologia di certificazione del Prof Belpomme

Finalmente è stato pubblicato un articolo in cui  viene riportato svolto dal Prof Belpomme e ARTAC sulla loro procedura di certificazione della elettrosensibilità (e/o MCS). Abstract Much of the controversy over the causes of electro-hypersensitivity (EHS) and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) lies in the absence of both recognized clinical criteria and objective biomarkers for widely accepted diagnosis. Since 2009, we have prospectively investigated, clinically and biologically, 1216 consecutive EHS and/or MCS-self reporting cases, in an attempt to answer both questions. We report here our preliminary data, based on 727 evaluable of 839 enrolled cases: 521 (71.6%) were diagnosed with EHS, 52 (7.2%) with MCS, and 154 (21.2%) with both EHS and MCS. Two out of three patients with EHS and/or MCS were female; mean age (years) was 47. As inflammation appears to be a key process resulting from electromagnetic field (EMF) and/or chemical effects on tissues, and histamine release is pot

Cominciano a contarsi le cause legali in USA

Qui viene riportato un articolo comparso ieri sul Washington Journal. Interessante la possibilità americana di 'assemblare' in una vertenza altri casi simili: infatti il procedimento Murry ha consolidato altri 13 casi. Questa causa che va avanti da 15 anni (e poi ci lamentiamo dell'Italia !!!) per un tecnico Motorola morto di cancro è importante perché  altri 17 vertenze sono in attesa ...   e  in Italia ?   __________________________________________________________________ Case on Health Risk From Cellphones Is Back in Court Murray v. Motorola faces another test Tuesday when the two sides argue over what legal standard to use Photo caption: Motorola is a defendant in a lawsuit that alleges that one of its employees may have suffered from health issues as a result of cellphone use. Other cellphone and wireless companies face similar allegations in more than two dozen such cases. Ryan Knutson, Wall Street Journal, Nov. 22, 2015 Alicia Mitchell was 15 years old whe

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