Adverse health effects of 5G mobile networking technology under real-life conditions

The following article was published in Toxicology Letters, Volume 323, 1 May 2020, Pages 35-40

Adverse health effects of 5G mobile networking technology under real-life conditions

Authors: Ronald N. Kostoff, Paul Heroux, Michael Aschner, Aristides Tsatsakis

This paper examines how 5G technology can have adverse health impacts, and shows the dangers faced by humans exposed to 5G radiation.

From the paper:

Wireless radiation offers the promise of improved remote sensing, improved communications and data transfer, and improved connectivity. Unfortunately, there is a large body of data from laboratory and epidemiological studies showing that previous and present generations of wireless networking technology have significant adverse health impacts. 

Much of this data was obtained under conditions not reflective of real-life. When real-life considerations are added, such as 1) including the information content of signals along with 2) the carrier frequencies, and 3) including other toxic stimuli in combination with the wireless radiation, the adverse effects associated with wireless radiation are increased substantially.

Superimposing 5G radiation on an already imbedded toxic wireless radiation environment will exacerbate the adverse health effects shown to exist. Far more research and testing of potential 5G health effects under real-life conditions is required be- fore further rollout can be justified. 

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