Evidence for a health risk by RF on humans living around mobile phone base stations: From radiofrequency sickness to cancer

A. Balmori

Available online 14 July 2022, 113851

Please see review at Environmental Research on Science Direct:  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2022.113851

Environmental Research has published work by A Balmori of a complete review of existing literature on the effects of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) base station antenna on humans in real urban conditions. Three types of effects were found, radiofrequency sickness, cancer and alterations in biochemical parameters.  The review of global studies revealed  73.6% showing effects: 76.9% for cancer.

Animal studies were included and also trees situated close to base stations, for which the effects in neither can be imputed to be psychosomatic.

The review’s conclusion is that scientific experts are very clear that we are confronted with a serious problem that media, responsible organisations and governments are failing to convey to the general public. This situation “will probably end in a crisis”…

166 cited references are provided.

Alfonso Balmori BSc has earlier co-published research entitled “Radiofrequency radiation injures trees around mobile phone base stations” finding harm to trees near base stations (cell antennas) in a long term field monitoring study in two cities. We measured the radiofrequency radiation levels and found significant differences between the damaged side facing the cell phone mast and the opposite side. Our statistical analysis demonstrated that electromagnetic radiation from mobile phone masts was harmful to the trees. The damage usually starts on one side of the tree, then extends to the whole tree over time. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27552133/

More of his published research can be seen at https://ehtrust.org/26684-2/