Stephen McGill

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      Stephen McGill

      I posted links re the Danish cancer statistics and general silence around the issue. One is in Danish, wiht further links. The microwave news article is informative, with helpfull links.

      My basic interpretation is that the observations are extremely grave, and no one wants the job of telling the people. On the other hand, the central question that begs is why Denmark, and not epidemiologically comparable nations such as Norway and Sweden. Is there a different way of registering cancer incidence? Or is there something unique occurring in Denmark?
      http://www.helbredssikker-telekommunikation.dk/nyheder/stor-stigning-i-hjernekr%C3%A6ft-i-danmark-viser-nye-tal-fra-serum-instituttet

      http://microwavenews.com/news-center/something-rotten-denmark.

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