Wireless Phones and Health : Scientific Progress
Since questions about wireless phones andbrain cancer were first raised in early 1993, numerous scientificstudies and reviews have been conducted and published throughout the world with support from industry and government. The most comprehensive colloquium to date covering this science was co sponsored byt he International Committee on WirelessCommunication Health Research and Wireless Technology Research, LLC,a t the University "La Sapienza" ofR omein November 1995. Papers fromt hat colloquium with appropriate updates formt he foundation for the current volume. A follow up tothat colloquium isbeing planned fort he spring of 1999 byt he same group and thereport of that colloquium will bet he basis for Volume II ofthis series. As thescientific story about wireless phones and health effects continues to unfold over the next several years, it is important to evaluate thework ina context t hat isb eneficialt ot he enhancement ofpublic health. Two themesa re critical to an appropriate contextual understanding ofthis science.
- Hardback | 416 pages
- 160.5 x 240.8 x 31.8mm | 902.66g
- 30 Nov 1998
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 1998 ed.
- XII, 416 p.
Table of contents
Section I: Dosimetry and Measurements. Section II: Biological Responses Indicative of Genetic Effects. Section III: Biological Responses Indicative of Carcinogenic and Other Non-genetic Effects. Section IV: Epidemiology and Radio Frequency Radiation Research. Section V: Non-biological Health Risks from Radio Frequency Radiation: Interference with Medical Devices. Appendices. Index.