The Mast Cell Response

zondag, 05 juli 2015 - Categorie: Artikelen

juni 2015

Mast cells in our bodies contain and release histamine when they are injured or ''provoked''. It has been found by researchers that there is a mast cell response to non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation in many people -- even those unaware they are being affected. This map offers links to a variety of studies on the subject as well as a link to the important relevant chapter of the BioInitiative Report.

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