RF Safe is encouraging everyone that suffers from health effects related to electro sensitivity from wireless radiation or anyone surviving a friend or family member whose death may have been attributed to electromagnetic radiation exposure from wireless hand-held devices to join the online registry.
Visit this link to join the registry or just view public information available for research and awareness.
RF Safe Founder,
Cellphones are a technology which is new enough that studies haven’t been able to prove phone radiation causes health hazards such as brain cancer from exposure to non-ionizing frequencies of radio frequency radiation.
However, there are enough studies showing a link between negative health effects and cell phone radiation that the World Health Organization’s
“It’s absolutely crazy to see headlines that say there is no health risk with exposure to cell phone radiation,” says Coates
RF Safe’s Founder said that he will be one of the first to join the registry, as he believes his wife’s occupational exposure to microwave radiation attributed to the birth defect that took his daughter’s life in 1995.
After the death of his daughter, John claims that his eyes were opened to the potential hazards of RF Radiation, a few years later he started RF Safe in 1998 - its website rfsafe.com has “a focus on evolving the wireless industries safety standards, by engaging in the business of design, testing, manufacture, and sale of safety technologies to mitigate harmful effects of cell phone radiation.”
Learn more about RF Safe at rfsafe.com
Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/02/prweb11589143.htm
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