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{Russian (RNCNIRP) comment on ICNIRP-WHO working group}    
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Russian (RNCNIRP) comment on ICNIRP-WHO working group
vrijdag, 10 maart 2017 - Dossier: Internationale berichten


Bron: www.radiationresearch.org/images/RRT_articles/2017_03_01_WHO.pdf
en
www.mast-victims.org/resources/docs/RNCNIRP-letter-WHO-2017_03_01.pdf
1 maart 2017


Brief van het Russian National Committe on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (RNCNIRP), ondertekend door Professor Oleg A. Grigoriev, naar de WHO


Subject: International EMF Project; unbalanced WHO working group (WG) on
evaluation of health effects from radiofrequency (RF) radiation


It has just come to our attention that the WHO RF Working group consists mainly from
present and past ICNIRP members. In general, the WG is not balanced and does not
represent the point of view of majority scientific community studying effects of RF. In
particular, the private self-elected organization ICNIRP, similar as majority of the
current WHO RF WG members, does not recognize the non-thermal RF effects, which
represent the main concern of widespread exposure to mobile communication and
upholding guidelines from 1996, which are based on RF thermal effects only. Thus, the
quidelines of ICNIRP are irrelevant to present situation when majority of population
over the world is chronically exposed to non-thermal RF from mobile communication.

Based on multiple Russian studies and emerging number of studies coming from other
countries, RNCNIRP has consistently warned against possible health effects from
mobile communication. The point of view of RNCNIRP is supported by hundreds of
new publications including well known recent RF studies in human and animals.

Balancing of the evaluation group is a key factor to achieve a credible conclusion. We
request that this main principle of scientific evaluation would be followed up by the
WHO in the evaluation of RF health effects by balancing the WHO RF working group.
Please, do not hesitate to contact the RNCNIRP regarding the additional members/
substitutes for the WHO RF working group.

Respectfully submitted by RNCNIRP

Oleg A. Grigoriev, Chairman
DrSc., PhD, Assoc. Prof.
Head of the Scientific Department of Non-Ionizing
Radiation, Federal Medical Biophysical Center of
Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia
cc: Dr. E. van Deventer, Public Health and Environment, WHO


See also:
www.mast-victims.org/index.php?content=news&action=view&type=newsitem&id=7282 .


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