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Monday, March 19, 2018

New Israeli study - More Hemolymphatic Cancers & multiple cancers, younger age of diagnosis in 47 cancer patients working with RFR

A new Israeli study that was published in the Environmental ResearchVolume 163, May 2018, Pages 123-133.  The study was done by Michael Peleg,   Or Nativ,  Elihu D.

The study showed that there were more Hemolymphatic cancers than expected in patients who were exposed to RFR emitting technology (like Radio and Radar). Their age of diagnosis was younger than in all cancer patients and the number of multiple cancer cases was also higher in the study patients than in general cancer patient population. 

The study analyzed in detail 47 cancer patients that used to work in the military or industry with and around strong RFR emitting equipment such as radar.
All Patients had cancer.
19 of them had hemolymphatic cancers.
That is 40%, while in non exposed cancer patients population the percentage of hemolymphatic cancers is only 23%.
6 patients (12.8%) in this study had multiple primary cancers, as compared with roughtly approximated 2.8% in the general Israeli cancer patients population. 
The average age of the patients included in this study (when diagnosed with cancer) was 33 years. The average age in which cancer is diagnosed in patients in Israel is 65.
Most of the patients' exposure was to RFR with some patients also exposed to ELF. The researches verified that the patient exposure to RFR only exhibited the same high results. 
The researches then compared their outcomes with other similar studies done in the past. They found very similar association between RFR exposure to hemolymphatic cancers in 4
groups of patients in three countries. The consistent association between RFR exposure and
high Hemolymphatic cancer risks, together with other evidence, form a case for causation of the Hemolymphatic and other cancers by RFR.

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In the picture - hemolymphatic cancers percentage out of exposed and non exposed (to RFR) cancer patients in the studies that were reviewed


  1. Thank you for the excellent summary. As you wrote about ELF, we could not analyze if ELF is carcinogenic or not because there were just very few patients in the group exposed to ELF only.

    1. Thank you for the work you do and for the help.

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