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17 January 2013

9th National Congress on Electrosmog, Bern, 20 April 2013


A Congress that you should not miss will take place Saturday, 20 April 2013 at the Hotel Bern in the Swiss capital. From 9.30 to 17.30, the presenters will give diverse public lectures on the influence of electromagnetic waves from mobile telephony on living organisms. The speakers, coming from Brazil, Sweden, Italy and Switzerland, will also answer questions from the public. 

The lectures will be interpreted simultaneously in German, French and English by professionals. The earphones are powered by infrarouge light and are free of electromagnetic radiation. 

Venue: HOTELBERN, Zeughausgasse 9, CH-3011 Bern, in the Old Town, 7 minutes by foot from the main train station.

Presentations:

Mortality by neoplasia and cellular telephony base stations in Belo Horizonte, Brazil 

Dr. Adilza Condessa Dode, PhD, MSc, is professor of Electromagnetic Pollution Control at the Minas Methodist University Center Izabela Hendrix in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais state, Brazil. She is Security Engineer in the Municipal Health Department at Municipal Government of Belo Horizonte. She is also Director of the “MRE Engenharia” (Electromagnetic Radiations Measurement-Engineering).

www.mreengenharia.com.br

Use of mobile phones and cordless phones is associated with increased risk for glioma and acoustic neuroma

Dr Lennart Hardell is professor in oncology and cancer epidemiology at the University Hospital in Orebro, Sweden. Most of his research has been on risk factors for cancer such as exposure to pesticides and persistent organic pollutants. During recent years he and his co-workers have studied use of cellular and cordless telephones and the risk for brain tumours. He works also as a consultant at the Department of Oncology at the hospital.

lennart.hardell@orebroll.se

The Italian Supreme Court recognized that mobile phone use may induce head tumours

Professor Angelo Levis, oncologist and professor of Environmental Mutagenesis at the University of Padua (Italy) and member of the National Toxicology (1977-1985) and National Oncology (2008-2010) Commissions. He is also a founder and former president of the Association for the Prevention and Fight against Electrosmog, known as APPLE.

www.applelettrosmog.it

Influence of electromagnetic waves on honeybees’ behaviour

Dr. phil. nat. Daniel Favre is a biologist and beekeeper consultant and vice president of ARA (Association Romande Alerte aux ondes électromagnétiques). In the last five years he has devoted himself to bees and conducted independent studies to investigate the effect of electromagnetic radiation on the behaviour of bees.

www.alerte.ch

Plans for 1,000 km of new high-voltage power lines: Effects on health and the landscape and the opportunities to lay these lines underground

Hans-U. Jakob is a retired electrical engineer and chairman of gigaherz.ch. He has been managing the Non-Ionizing Radiation Center of gigaherz.ch for the past 10 years. For 23 years Hans-U. Jacob headed a private engineering firm, thus acquiring extensive experience in emergency power supply systems for hospitals, ice rinks, fuel storage tanks and public water supply systems. Accomplishing his assignments he often had to coordinate these systems with the power grid.

www.gigaherz.ch

For more information and inscription

Electrosmog Congress brochure in French, in German and in  English (PDF)

Résumés and inscription in multiple languages (PDF)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

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