There have been many reports of the potential for harm to the human body due to Electromagnetic Radiation. There are no hard numbers on suspected brain cancers, and all forms of cancer. The research and tabulation of pathologies has not been done. There is definitely the possibility of infertility and birth defects, but again no definitive proof or even guesses on the numbers involved.
One set of patients may be easier to identify. Due to a high dose of microwaves from an experimental radar used by the Canadian Navy during WWII, my father had the natural pacemaker of his heart cooked and until the end of his life he had an irregular heart beat. He never entertained the thought of having an electronic pacemaker implanted and we do not know what caused his death in 1999 as he refused any and all medical tests and interventions. He believed he extended his life by avoiding doctors.
Currently 115,000 pacemakers and defibrillators are surgically implanted per year in the USA. There are a number of causes for damage to the heart. Diseases due to bacteria and viruses is probably the cause of most damage. Cardiac infarctions due to clots causes damage to the muscles of the heart due to insufficient oxygen may require pacemaker use. Another big cause of problems in the heart are pharmaceuticals used both properly and improperly.
There are books written on the problems with statins. Statins like Lipitor are meant to lower cholesterol by shutting down its manufacture in the liver. For every gram of fat one eats the liver produces four grams of cholesterol. Most of the cholesterol travels through the gall bladder down the gall duct to the small intestine to aid in the digestion of the consumed fats. Research shows there are more heart attacks in people with low blood cholesterol levels than those with high levels. Other research shows fats in the blood aiding the immune system by sequestering bacteria and viruses. The use of Statins may be actually increasing disease of the heart.
What if electromagnetic radiation was contributing to 30% of irregular heart beat? That may mean 34,500 per annum received pacemakers/defibrillators in the USA. There are no proven numbers on these conjectures but the EMR cooking of the natural pacemaker of the heart may be “the canary in the coal mine” opening better research into this problem.
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