From left to right: Emilie van Deventer (WHO); Eric van Rongen (ICNIRP); Maria Neira (WHO); Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus (director General WHO); Mike Repacholi (former chair holder ICNIRP); Oleg Grigoriev (chairman of the Russian national non-ionizing radiation committee, member WHO international); Lennart Hardell (Swedish oncologist and professor at Örebro University Hospital in Örebro, Sweden).
The World Health Organization is a United Nations specialized agency. Parent organization: United Nations Economic and Social Council.
From Microwave News:
Non-Thermal Effects Hang in the Balance
Repacholi’s Legacy of Industry Cronyism
Excerpt (via EMFacts)
After eight years of work, the World Health Organization (WHO) is reopening its review of the health effects of RF radiation for a summary report intended to serve as a benchmark for its more than 150 member countries. The move might suggest that the WHO EMF/RF program is poised to reassess its long-held policy of rejecting non-thermal effects, and to loosen its deep ties to ICNIRP, the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation with its heat-only dogma.
The reputation of both organizations has never recovered from the rampant industry cronyism of Mike Repacholi, who created them in the 1990s. A close look at the WHO radiation program and its approach to this new review show that not much has changed in Geneva. In other words: Don’t count ICNIRP out just yet.
Read the full article here.
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