Protecting public and environmental health even with a lack of evidence of damage from new products and processes is the foundation for the Precautionary Principle. So what happens when the scientific evidence on the dangers of wireless radiation is proven, but public health and safety agencies ignore it?
For scientists, researchers, and public health advocates, you issue a clarion call. Epidemiological rock stars Dr. John William Frank and Dr. Anthony B. Miller are answering that call, joining the international appeal of hundreds of scientists for a moratorium on the rollout of 5G networks.
In their first interview ever together, they joined EHT President and Founder Dr. Devra Davis to discuss the science of radiofrequency radiation (RF-EMF), the epidemiological evidence for effects, and the precise technology that should be included in studies on the impacts of 5G.
Frank, chairman of Public Health Research and Policy at the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics at University of Edinburgh, is one of the world’s leading scientists studying the social and nonscientific determinants influencing public health policies.
In his recent publication, “Electromagnetic fields, 5G and health: what about the precautionary principle?”, published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, Frank notes that despite the claims of scientific advisory committees that there’s no proof of harm, the science is most certainly leaning toward taking a cautious approach. “Until we know more about what we are getting into, from a health and ecological point of view, those putative gains (from 5G) need to wait,” Frank writes.
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