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Norway PT says e-coms radiation does not harm human health

Saturday 13 July 2013 | 22:38 CET | News
Norwegian postal and telecommunications regulator PT said Health Minister Jonas Gahr Store and Communications Minister Marit Arnstad have recently written to every local council in Norway informing them that there is no threat to the public from mobile networks or other wireless services. It noted that reports to the contrary still keep appearing in the media, and referred in particular to the May edition of the magazine Mamma, which contained a long report about electro-magnetic hypersensitivity. PT said there have been cases of councils prohibiting the erection of antennae on public

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