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Spike in “Aggressive” Brain Cancer In Denmark

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8 November 2012

The Danish Cancer Society is reporting that the number of men diagnosed with glioblastoma, the most malignant type of brain cancer has nearly doubled over the last ten years. Hans Skovgaard Poulsen, the head of neuro-oncology at Copenhagen University Hospital, is calling it a “frightening development.”

Yet another report of concern in relation to wireless high frequency electromagnetic energy exposure and brain cancer. It is very important to realise that exposure to high frequency electromagnetic radiation includes cordless phones, wireless internet connectivity, baby monitors (particularly digital baby monitors), smart meters, wii games utilising wireless remotes etc.

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