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BOOK: Handbook of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields, (2 volumes set), 2007

BOOK: An Assessment of Potential Health Effects from Exposure to PAVE PAWS Low-Level Phased-Array Radiofrequency Energy, USA, 2005
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BOOK: Bioelectromagnetic medicine
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ROMANIA: EMF exposure - as reported by Public Health Institute, Bucharest
  EMF exposure situation in Romania & measured values in some cities around the country (in Romanian);

Magnetic Resonance Imaging & EMF Exposure
  A) Protection of Patients and Volunteers Undergoing MRI Procedures - published: August 2008, See: B). MRI and Physical Agents Directive(EMF) : November 2008, See:

"Scientists challenge bioelectromagnetics foundations" - article published in European Journal of Oncology, vol. 13, no.3, 2008

BIOINITIATIVE REPORT, august-september 2007
  BioInitiative Report: A Rationale for a Biologically-based Public Exposure Standard for Electromagnetic Fields (ELF and RF)

  In an advisory report, published September 2nd, 2008, the Electromagnetic Fields Committee of the Netherlands Health Council gives its opinion as to the scientific value of the BioInitiative report. The Committee concludes that this report is not an objective and balanced reflection of the current state of scientific knowledge and does not provide any grounds for revising the current views as to the risks of exposure to electromagnetic fields. The Committee gives a further critical statement on the BioInitiative Report, whose authors had uttered doubts in it about the protection function of the international limits for electromagnetic fields. Before the EMF-Net of the European Union, the Federal Office ofr Radiation Protection, the Danish Health Office and the Electric Power Rsearch Institute (EPRI) had reviewed the report and had got similar results as the Dutch Government. SOURCE: FGF INFOLINE, SEPT. 2008

3rd December 2008: BioInitiative Working Group Letter to Interphone Study Group

19 December 2008, Position Statement of The ACRBR (Austrailia): Perspective on The BioInitiative Report

9 April 2009, BioInitiative Working Group Letter to Dr. Andrzej Rys, Director of Public Health, European Commission, Directorate-General's Office

EC Report on the limitation of the exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields
  The EC has published the report from the Commission on the application of Council Recommendation of 12 July 1999 (1999/519/ec) on the limitation of the exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields (0 hz to 300 ghz) COM(2008) 532 final - 1.9.2008 based on the recommendations of the Scientific Committee for Emerging and Newly Identified Health Risks (SCENIHR). In conclusion, the Commission intends to continue monitoring closely the application of this Recommendation, promoting the development of scientific knowledge on key aspects of the potential health impact of EMF, re-assess the validity of the Recommendation in the light of any relevant new scientific development and take appropriate action should the need arise. (SOURCE: FGF INFOLINE, SEPT.2008)

BELGIUM: EC is planning to invite scientists to join its Scientific Risk Assessment Advisory Structure of Scientific Committees, Pool of Advisors, and Database of Experts
  The Scientific Risk Assessment Advisory Structure will provide the European Commission with high quality and independent scientific advice on matters related to consumer safety, public health, and the environment. A Decision establishing the Advisory Structure is expected to be adopted by the Commission soon. It will replace the Commission Decision 2004/210/EC setting up Committees in the field of consumer safety, public health and the environment. To that end the Commission will soon launch a call for expression of interest. This communiqué is published as preliminary information only. SOURCE: FGF INFOLINE, SEPT. 2008

First U. S. Congressional Hearing on Cell Phone Safety in 15 Years: Cell Phone Use and Tumors: What the Science Says, 28 September 2008
  Cell phone use has grown exponentially, as has the science on the connection between usage and human health effects. This hearing will explore the evidence of links between cell phone use and health problems like tumors. Witnesses for this hearing include: Mrs. Ellen Marks Lafayette, California Mr. Julius Knapp Director Office of Engineering and Technology Federal Communications Commission Dr. David O. Carpenter Director Institute for Health and the Environment University of Albany Dr. Ronald B. Herberman Director University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Dr. Robert N. Hoover Director Epidemiology and Biostatistics Program National Cancer Institute,

Kucinich to FCC: Consider Health Effects of RF Radiation in new Wireless Devices, 3 November 2008
  On November 3, Representative Dennis Kucinich, Chairman of the Domestic Policy Subcommittee, sent a letter asking FCC Chairman Kevin Martin to consider the potential health effects before voting on an Order that would authorize the use of the ‘White Space’ spectrum for wireless devices operating in the home. Skeptics have expressed concern that the use of the White Space spectrum would result in the repeated and long-term exposure to RF radiation, to which the human health effects are not adequately known. On November 4th, the FCC adopted the Second Report and Order, which allowed such use.

The Case for Precaution in the Use of Cell Phones: Advice from University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Based on Advice from an International Expert Panel
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Report on Radiofrequency & Health (2007-2008) by CCARS in Madrid, posted on May 2009

New on the EMF-Portal: Overview of epidemiologic mobile phone studies (July 2009)

SAR list of mobile phones (August 2009)

August 25, 2009, Berkeley, CA & Sutton Coldfield, U.K.; A new report, “Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern, Science, Spin and the Truth Behind Interphone,” was released today by a collaborative of international EMF activists. Groups affiliated with the report include Powerwatch and the Radiation Research Trust in the U.K., and in the U.S., EMR Policy Institute, and The Peoples Initiative Foundation.

Online tool to calculate exclusion zones around antennas where radiation levels exceed safety standard limits (October, 2009)

Use of mobile phones on aircraft