Think the government has your interests at heart over the safety of wireless radiation? Think again. Here is the (then) junior minister for public health, Seema Kennedy’s response to concerns raised in Westminster in June this year. Here too is a detailed analysis of the minister’s response by Delny Britton PhD, that reveals how the telecoms industry controls not only the institutions responsible for setting exposure guidelines but research into the health effects of microwave exposure, organisations that disseminate information to the public and, ultimately, government policy.
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