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There is a significant body of research indicating potential health risks associated with cell phone-level electromagnetic radiation. This includes major studies like the Interphone study, Hardell group studies, CERENAT study, U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP), Ramazzini Institute Study, REFLEX Project, BioInitiative Report, and the work of researchers like Dr. Henry Lai. These studies collectively point towards an increased health risk from cell phone-level electromagnetic radiation and suggest the need for caution in dismissing potential risks.

Additionally, advancements in RF radiation research show biological interactions beyond thermal effects. For example, the FDA-approved TheraBionic treatment, which employs RF radiation at power levels up to 1000 times lower than those emitted by cell phones, effectively treats inoperable liver cancer through non-thermal interactions at the cellular or molecular level. This includes resonance effects, disruption of cellular signaling, and potential modulation of the immune system. This challenges the traditional view that non-ionizing radiation is biologically inert except for its heating properties.

The U.S. military, particularly through initiatives like RadioBio by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), appears to be signaling a significant shift in its approach to the study of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and radiofrequency (RF) radiation.

The RadioBio Initiative by the U.S. Military marks a pivotal shift in our understanding of non-ionizing radiation, particularly radiofrequency (RF) radiation. Historically, the scientific consensus has been that non-ionizing radiation’s primary effect is thermal. However, emerging research, including the RadioBio Initiative, challenges this notion, suggesting non-thermal effects on biological systems. Changes in DNA methylation patterns and gene expression observed in cells exposed to RF radiation suggest potential epigenetic impacts. These findings occur at levels of radiation that do not produce significant heating, challenging the longstanding thermal-only paradigm.

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