UK Health Protection Agency, in 2007 in a BBC show

Former Head of the British Health Protection Agency, Sir William Stewart, a biologist said on British TV in 2007 (Panorama episode) that the rollout of Wi-Fi should stop until further testing is done.

Carl Katz says:
(March 29, 2013 at 6:55 pm)

Regarding the UK Health Protection Agency, in 2007 in a BBC show, the former head of the British Health Protection Agency, Sir William Stewart, a biologist said on British TV in 2007 (Panorama episode) that the roll-out of Wi-Fi should stop until further testing is done.

Stewart had commissioned a report on cell towers written called “The Stewart Report” which showed some indications of cancers and cognitive issues.

So far, two Harvard educated doctors have come forward and warned about Wi-Fi. One is Dr. David O. Carpenter, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at UAlbany’s School of Public Health. The other is Martha R. Herbert, Ph.D., M.D. a pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and on staff at the Massachusetts General Hospital.

Dr. Stephen Sinatra, board certified cardiologist, former Chief of Cardiology at the Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut calls wi-fi an invisible toxin and a silent killer based and compares it to radon gas.

Are all these doctors to be ignored? Why do you think parents are so upset, especially the ones who are electrosensitive and the ones who have children who are electrosensitive?

A subset of people (children included) who are sensitive experience heart arrythimia’s – dramatic increase in heart rates. Cardiologist Dr. Sinatra describes this as non-diagnostic ventricular tachycardia.

One would wonder what the motivations of all these highly educated people warning about wi-fi. Could it be that they are actually concerned about the welfare of our children?

To believe that Health Canada (HC) is looking out for the public’s interest is woefully naive. Dr. Shiv Chopra who was a researcher at HC who was fired because he did not want to approve certain drugs. He was told point blank that his job was not to represent the interests of citizens but those of industry.

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