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Inside the Wave
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Henry Lai and N.P. Singh’s original 1995 study: H. Lai and N.P. Singh, Acute low-intensity microwave exposure increases DNA single-strand breaks in rat brain cells. Bioelectromagnetics. 1995; 16(3): 207-10.

Other studies by Lai: H. Lai and N.P. Singh, Single- and double-strand DNA breaks in rat brain cells after acute exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation. International Journal of Radiation Biology. 1996: 69(4); 513-521.

H. Lai and N.P. Singh, Acute exposure to 60 Hz magnetic field increases DNA strand breaks in rat brain cells. Bioelectromagnetics. 1997; 18(2): 156-65.

Baoming Wang and Henry Lai, Acute exposure to pulsed 2450-MHz microwaves affects water-maze performance of rats. Bioelectromagnetics. 1999; 98(1): 1-6.

Jerry Phillip’s 1998 study: Jerry Phillips, Oleg Ivaschuk, Tamako Ishida-Jones, Robert A. Jones, Mary Campbell-Beachler and Wendy Haggren, DNA Damage in Molt-4 T-lymphoblastoid cells exposed to cellular telephone radiofrequency fields in vitro. Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics. March 1998; 45(1): 103-110.

The 2000 Stewart report: The 2000 Stewart Report

The 2004 REFLEX report: The 2004 REFLEX report

The 2004 acoustic neuroma report: Stefan Lönn, Anders Ahlbom, Per Hall, and Maria Feychting, Mobile phone use and the risk if acoustic neuroma. Epidemiology. November 2004: 15(6); 653-659.

Microwave News:

The CTIA Web site:

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