The short answer is No.
There is more than enough evidence that low levels of microwave radiation are dangerous for children, pregnant women and the rest of us. 70% of independent research shows evidence of harm.
Industry would love for us to demand more studies. This buys them additional time to make hundreds of billions in profits. Most research would be funded by industry anyway – they have the money. Only 32% of industry-funded studies show evidence of harm and they have flooded the science journals with obviously biased work. This is straight out of the tobacco and asbestos handbook.
What is needed is for parents and grandparents to realize what is going on and begin to protect the next generations.
Do we need more research? – Martin Blank, PhD Special Lecturer and Retired Assoc. Professor, Columbia University from ElectromagneticHealth.Org on Vimeo
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