“A growing body of medical studies is now linking cumulative RF exposure to DNA disruption, cancer, birth defects, miscarriages, and autoimmune diseases. Smart meters significantly contribute to an environment already polluted by RF radiation through the pervasive stationing of cellular telephone towers in or around public spaces and consumers’ habitual use of wireless technologies.”
Incidence of Cancer in Australia
- In 2009, there were 114,137 new cases of cancer in Australia (64,342 new cases in men and 49,795 new cases in women), excluding non-melanoma skin cancer.
- In 2015, 126,800 Australians were expected to be diagnosed with cancer.
- Between 1982 and 2009, the number of new cancer cases in Australia more than doubled (from 47,471 to 114,137 cases)
Source: Cancer Australia Statistics
When you take the above information of increasing cancer statistics and then associate it with medical studies potentially linking cancer with cumulative RF exposure, is there any wonder that there may be a link between the two?