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Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome Cell phone



September 26, 2014

Some of the world's largest mobile phone companies
are facing billion-pound lawsuits brought by brain tumor victims.
The biggest ever legal assault on the industry
will seek to prove that handsets can cause cancer and
that firms have deliberately covered up
crucial medical information.

[Ed Note: Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity
Syndrome [EHS] is related to 2001 survey found that people related their
symptoms most frequently to mobile phone base stations (74%), followed by
mobile phones (36%), cordless phones (29%) and power lines (27%).

Recently a smaller group of people in
Europe as a whole and in the USA
have reported general and severe symptoms such as headache, fatigue, tinnitus,
dizziness, memory deficits, irregular heart beat, and whole-body skin symptoms.
Levitt proposed ties between
electromagnetic fields and some of these 20th-century maladies, including chronic fatigue syndromeGulf
War syndrome
, and autism. Children under the age of 12 are known to be very
sensitive to EHS and particularly in utero exposure with cell phones
worn on belts by pregnant women.
Mother’s can be seen having infants playing with cell phone and exposing
them to Electromagnetic Radiation.

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity
not currently an accepted

He has observed a high
correlation with sensitivity to metals like zinc, copper, stainless steel,
titanium, molybdenum, manganese, and magnesium. Metal implants like dental
fillings, metal jaws, shoulder joints, etc.
will contribute to electrical
sensitivity, because they act as antennas.

Live away from electrical and
pesticidal areas in regions like West Texas, Arizona,
New Mexico, Colorado,
Wyoming, and Montana.
 Live in areas where it is difficult to pick up
Wi-Fi, television, cellular service, etc.
 Live in areas where grounding is feasible, and
avoid underground wires, cables, metal, pipes, etc. ES patients must be

Arden Gifford, MD
If the
American action is successful, mobile phone companies will face crippling bills
for compensation. As investors digested the news, the four major
UK opera-tors - Vodafone, BT Cellnet, Orange and One 2 One -
and their parent companies, saw £5.5 billion wiped off their share values.

in particular, was said to be a potential target because it owns 45pc of the
firm Verizon
Wireless, which is said to be named in nearly all the lawsuits
. More
than half of Britons now own a mobile phone. Medical evidence on the danger to
people's health remains ambiguous, with some studies indicating a connection
and others ruling it out.

But claims
for compensation - set to be launched in March - will be the most extensive
examination yet of allegations that radiation from handsets cause cancer. The
lawsuits are being brought by one of America's most successful lawyers,
Peter Angelos, who recently helped to win £3billion in damages for smokers who suffer
from cancer.

John Pica,
an attorney at Mr Angelos's firm, said: 'If these companies knew about the
dangers of cell phone radiation, they should be punished and they should be
punished dearly - not only for what they did to the public, but for the
billions of pounds of profits they made.'

lawsuits - to be launched initially in California,
Kentucky and Maryland - will be filed against handset
manufacturers and network providers. Experts believe the cases could prompt
copycat claims in Britain
and the rest of the world.
consultant Nick Croll said: 'As long as mobile phone companies are not holding
any vital information back, then they are in the clear.

'But if these suits are successful,
it would put them out of business.
implications would be horrendous because it would mean that users have been
subjecting themselves to cancerous signals for the past ten to 15 years.' In
each of the actions, Mr Angelos intends to claim compensation for the pain
suffered by brain tumour patients, plus the income they lost as a result of the
disease. He is also seeking compensation for the families of mobile phone users
who have died from brain tumours.

Angelos's firm has not put a total figure on the value of the compensation
claims. The official Stewart Report into the safety of mobile
phones in the UK,
published earlier this year, concluded there was no evidence of harm to
people's health. But it also called for more research.

A Vodafone
spokesman said that if any compensation claims were filed directly against the
company itself, they would be 'vigorously' opposed.
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