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In August, the British Journal of Cancer published
some extraordinary results: Very specific types of
weak electromagnetic fields were able to stabilize
and shrink liver tumors in advanced cancer patients.
It was pretty much ignored. No one believed it.

The British Journal of Cancer has now released a follow-up
paper by the same team, led by Boris Pasche of the University
of Alabama. It should help convince skeptics that EM cancer
therapy is more than pie in the sky.

Read this important story at:
http://www.microwavenews.com/ModulationFrequencies.html

And be sure to check out our latest Short Takes with news
of last Sunday's hard-hitting documentary on Italian TV
in which Mike Repacholi explains why industry's support
of the WHO EMF project in Geneva with money laundered
in Australia was business as usual.

As well as:

# The Italian government's decision to advise
precaution in the use of cell phones by children;

# The fact that senior officials at the U.S. NIH
appear to be oblivious about epigenetics;

# Christopher Ketcham's latest piece on EM hypersensitivity
in Earth Island Journal;

# The results of the latest ICNIRP elections.

All at http://www.microwavenews.com

Best,

Louis Slesin

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