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COVER-UP: Federal agency CANCELS cell phone radiation research after safety risks uncovered

https://www.naturalnews.com/2024-03-21-federal-agencies-cancel-cellphone-radiation-studies-risks.html In a shocking announcement, the National Toxicology Program (NTP) has announced that it will no longer investigate any evidence linking cellphone radiation to harm caused in animals or people. Even though this very type of research is why the NTP exists, the agency has decided that, from here on out, it will never again even attempt to study whether or not cellphone radiation harms people and their pets. "(There's) no scientific explanation or justification for this sudden reversal," said Devra Davis, a former senior adviser to the assistant secretary for health at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). According to the NTP, it is simply too hard to study the negative effects of cellphone radiation – or as they put it, conducting radiofrequency radiation (RFR) studies is too "technically challenging and more resource-intensive than expected." Davis says this is not a valid excuse, otherwise the NTP could claim this same thing about every other type of research it conducts. "Everything that we know for sure causes cancer in people will produce it in animals when adequately studied," Davis added. (Related: It is an undeniable fact that cellphone radiation is directly linked to cancer.) NTP never even published supposedly "completed" 2019 research The last time the NTP even attempted any type of research into cellphone radiation was back in 2019 when it developed a novel, small-scale RFR exposure system. In the process of developing that system, the NTP abruptly stopped all research, leaving only completed research on highly outdated 2G and 3G frequencies, and nothing for the more modern 4G (LTE) and 5G technologies used on most smartphones. Davis is dumbfounded by the decision, seeing as how she helped make recommendations for the NTP concerning how to develop its test chambers. Since it takes years for such studies to be planned, Davis said it is "beyond my comprehension at this point" why the NTP suddenly stopped setting up the trial. The NTP claims that its work on the small-scale exposure systems and accompanying research has been completed and that the full results will be posted on the agency's website only "when internal reviews are finished." It has been five years, though, and there is still nothing published on the 2019 trial. In 2018, the NTP published the results of two-year toxicology studies showing "clear evidence" of a link between 2G and 3G cellphone radiation and cancer tumors in male rats. Follow-up research in 2019 likewise showed DNA damage in the brain, liver and blood cells of exposed rodents. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had originally requested to oversee these studies as they were conducted, but the FDA has since dismissed the NTP's findings entirely. In 2019, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved the latest 5G technologies using outdated 1996 radiation standards – 5G did not even exist in 1996, just to be clear. To help pull the wool over America's eyes, the FDA anonymously produced an unreviewed document in 2020 that it claims supports the "safe" use of 5G technology. The Environmental Health Trust (EHT) sued the FCC for this travesty, resulting in a 2021 U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruling against the FCC. It was determined that the FCC acted improperly and illegally by relying on the outdated 1996 wireless radiation exposure limits. "The court found the FCC ignored evidence that radiation below its current limits can cause adverse health effects besides cancer, noting that the FCC also failed to respond to comments about the environmental harm caused by radiation," reports explain. "The court ordered revised standards accounting for EHT's records on risks to children and the environment." If at all possible, limit your exposure to RFs and EMFs to protect you and your family from deadly radiation. Learn more at EMF.news .

COVER-UP: Federal agency CANCELS cell phone radiation research after safety risks uncovered
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