par Panagopoulos, Dimitris D.J.;Cammaerts Tricot, Marie-Claire ;Favre, Daniel;Balmori, Alfonso
Référence Critical reviews in environmental science and technology, 46, 9, page (885-903)
Publication Publié, 2016-05
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : This article is an answer to the review paper from Verschaeve (2014). This review paper attempted to dismiss every study that shows negative effects of microwave radiation on living organisms. His conclusions are not supported by scientific data and are mostly based on his claims for “inaccurate” dosimetry. This issue is not the case, especially in studies employing real and not simulated exposures by mobile telephony (and related technologies) antennas, since this type of radiation is of highly varying nature, and its levels – regardless of any dosimetry – are simply the same with those exposing daily billions of users.