A Japanese study has demonstrated alleviation of electro-magnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) symptoms after removal of two mobile phone masts from the top of a block of residential units.
Two health surveys were conducted on residents of the towers, the first survey one month before commencement of decommisioning of the masts and the second survey nine months after both masts had ceased operating. The study is complicated by the fact that two mobile phone masts of differing strength were installed 10 years apart and then the masts were decommissioned 4 months apart. However, the timeline on page 6 of the report makes it easier to follow the sequence of events. Pages 9 and 10 list the EHS symptom abatement after removal of each of the masts.
The report is a little complicated and difficult to follow, but the symptom abatement pretty much speaks for itself.