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ACTION DES CHAMPS ELECTROMAGNETIQUES SUR LA SANTE

«Ce ne sont pas les informations qui nous font défaut,
ce qui nous manque, c’est le courage de comprendre
ce que nous savons déjà et d’en tirer les conséquences»
Sven LINDQVIST
Ce document est la compilation de références d’études scientifiques publiées dont vous trouverez le détail ci-dessous  Ces études indépendantes prouvent depuis de nombreuses années la toxicité des ondes électromagnétiques sur notre organisme et sont bien entendu tenues à l’écart de notre connaissance.

En voici le sommaire :

1. Les effets biologiques des champs électromagnétiques de la téléphonie mobile

1.1 Atteintes du système nerveux central
1.1.1Effets des micro-ondes sur l’électroencéphalogramme (EEG) et altération de l’activité cérébrale
1.1.2 Effets des CEM sur l’activité cérébrale en fonction du temps d’exposition
1.1.3 Maux de tête
1.1.4 Flux sanguin cérébral
1.1.5 Blocage de l’action de la mélatonine et altération du sommeil
1.6 Effets des micro-ondes sur l’hypothalamus
1.1.7 Perméabilité de la barrière hématoencéphalique
1.1.8 Conséquences du degré de pénétration des radiations du portable dans le cerveau de l’enfant
1.1.9 Atteinte des neurones de l’hippocampe et altération de la mémoire
1.1.10 Epilepsie
1.1.11 Maladies dégénératives
1.1.12 Autisme et troubles comportementaux

1.2 Modification des mécanismes cellulaires et stress oxydatif

1.2.1 Altération du transport du sodium du potassium et fuite du calcium desmembranes cellulaires
1.2.2 Altération du métabolisme du calcium: effets sur les canaux calciques et augmentation du calcium intracellulaire
1.2.3 Formation d’espèces d’oxygène actif (ROS : reactive oxygen species)
1.2.4 Activation en cascade de la protéine kinase
1.2.5 Augmentation de l’oxyde nitrique (NO)
1.2.6 Diminution du superoxyde dismutase (SOD)
1.2.7 Protéines de choc (HSP 70 : Heat Protein Shock)
1.2.8 Enzymes, neuromédiateurs et ATP
1.2.9 Stress oxydatif

1.3 Altération du système immunitaire

1.4 Cancérogénèse
1.4.1 Mécanismes cellulaires induisant une cancérogénèse
1.4.2 Tumeurs bénignes du cerveau dont neurinome acoustique
1.4.3 Tumeurs malignes du cerveau
1.4.4 Lymphomes
1.4.5 Tumeurs malignes de l’œil (mélanome uvéal)
1.4.6 Atteintes de la moelle osseuse
1.4.7 Cancer du sein
1.4.8 Tumeur de la glande parotide

1.5 Système cardiovasculaire
1.5.1 Troubles du rythme cardiaque (voir altération du sommeil)
1.5.2 Mortalité cardiovasculaire

1.6 Système endocrinien

1.7 Génotoxicité
1.7.1 Atteinte de l’ADN
1.7.2 Altération de l’expression des gènes

1.8 Baisse de la fertilite

1.9 Altération du développement embryonnaire

1.10 Effets des champs électromagnétiques sur la croissance de l’enfant

1.11 Effets des champs électromagnétiques sur la croissance de l’adolescent

1.12 Vieillissement prématuré
1.13 Dépression et fatigue chronique

1.14 L’électrohypersensibilité

1.15 Altération du système osseux : minéralisation asymétrique

1.16 Dermatologie

2. Les effets perturbateurs des CEM basses fréquences : extremely low frequencies fields (ELF)

2.1 Leucémie chez l’enfant
2.2 Troubles cardio-vasculaires
2.3 Cancers
2.4 Neurodégénérescence
2.5 Sclérose latérale amyotrophique (SLA)
2.6 Maladie d’Alzheimer
2.7 Dépression
2.8 Altération de la mémoire
2.9 Immunité
2.10 Effets neurovégétatifs et hématologiques
2.11 Action sur les magnétosomes
2.12 Perturbation du sommeil
2.13 Suicide

3. Les effets perturbateurs des émetteurs de champs électromagnétiques de hautes fréquences

3.1 Antennes relais et téléphonie mobile
3.2 DECT (téléphone fixe sans fil)
3.3 WiFi
3.4 Compteurs intelligents
3.5 Emetteurs radio et leucémies
3.6 Emetteurs TV et leucémies
3.7 Radars militaires

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World Neurosurg 2012 ;77(3–4):518–24
Dobes M, Khurana VG, Shadbolt B, Jain S, Smith SF, Smee R, Dexter M,
Cook R.
Increasing incidence of glioblastoma multiforme and meningioma, and
decreasing incidence of Schwannoma (2000-2008) : Findings of a
multicenter Australian study.
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Indication of carcinogenic potential of chronicUMTS-modulated
radiofrequency exposure in an ethylnitrodourea mouse model,
J. Radiat. Biol. 2010 ; 86:529-41.
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The completeness of the Swedish Cancer Register : a sample survey for year
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Acta Oncologica, 2009; 48: 27-33
Hardell L., Mild K.H., Carlberg M., Hallquist A.
Cellular and cordless telephone use and the association with brain
tumors in different age groups.
Arch.Environ.Health 2004 Mar ; 59 (3) : 132-137.
Department of Oncology, University Hospital, Orebro, Sweden
Litovitz T.A., Krause D., Penafiel M., Elson E.C., Mullins J.M.,
The role of coherence time in the effect of microwaves on ornithine
decarboxylase activity.
Bioelectromagnetics 1993 ; 14 (5) : 395-403.
Vitreous State Laboratory, Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
20064 , USA.
Morgan LL, Miller AB, Sasco A, Davis DL.
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probable human carcinogen (2A)
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the risk for brain tumors associated with use of mobile and cordless phones.
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1.4.4 Lymphomes
Lerchl A, Klose M, Grote K, Wilhelm AF, Spathmann O, Fiedler T, Streckert J,
Hansen V, Clemens M..
Tumor promotion by exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields
below exposure limits for humans.
Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2015 Mar 6.
Linet M.S., Taggart T., Severson R.K., Cerhan J.R., Cozen W., Hartge P., Colt
J.,
Cellular telephones and non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Int.J.Cancer. 2006 Nov. 15 ; 119 (10) : 2382-2388.
Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, National Cancer Institute,
Bethesda, MA.
1.4.5 Tumeurs malignes de l’oeil (mélanome uvéal)
Stang A., Anastassiou G., Ahrens W., Bromen K., Bornfeld N., Jockel K.H.
The possible role of radiofrequency radiation in the development of uveal
melanoma.
Epidemiology 2001 Jan. : 12 (1) : 7-12.
Institute for Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology, Medical
Faculty, University of Essen, Germany.
1.4.6 Atteintes de la moelle osseuse
Busljeta I., Trosic I., Milkovic-Kraus S.
Erythropoietic changes in rats after 2.45 GHz non thermal irradiation.
Int.J.Hyg.Environ.Health 2004 Dec.; 207 (6) : 549-554.
Vuk Vrhovac University Clinic, Zagreb, Croatia.
1.4.7 Cancer du sein
West JG et al
Multifocal breast cancer in young women with prolonged contact between
their breasts and their cellular phones
Hindawi Publishing Corporation, Case Reports in Medicine. 2013 ; Article
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1.4.8 Tumeur de la glande parotide
Sadetzki S., Chetrit A., Jarus-Hakak A., Cardis E., Deutch Y., Duvdevani S.,
Zultan A., Novikov I., Freedman L., Wolf M.
Cellular phone use and risk of benign and malignant parotid gland tumors –
a nationwide case-control study.
Am.J.Epidemiol. 2008 Feb. 15 ; 167 (4) : 457-467.
Cancer and Radiation Epidemiology Unit, Gertner Institute, Chaim Sheba
Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Israël.
1.5 Système cardiovasculaire
1.5.1 Troubles du rythme cardiaque (voir altération du
sommeil)
Barker A.T., Jackson P.R., Parry H., Coulton L.A., Cook G.G., Wood S.M.
The effect of GSM and TETRA mobile handset signals on blood pressure,
catechol levels and heart rate variability.
Bioelectromagnetics 2007 Sep. ; 28 (6) : 433-438.
Department of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering, Sheffield Teaching
Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield,
United Kingdom.
Huber R., Schuderer J., Graf T., Jutz K., Borbely A.A., Kuster N., Achermann
P.
Radiofrequency electromagnetic field exposure in humans : Estimation of
SAR distribution in the brain, effects on sleep and heart rate.
Bioelectromagnetics 2003 May; 24 (4) : 262-276.
Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Zürich, Zürich,
Switzerland
1.5.2 Mortalité cardiovasculaire
Savitz D.A. et al.,
Exposition professionnelle aux champs électromagnétiques et mortalité
cardiovasculaire
Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of North
Carolina Chapel Hill USA (1999)
1.6 Système endocrinien
Mann K. et al.,
Effects of pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic fields on the
neuroendocrine system .
Neuroendocrinology. 1998. 67 : 139-144
1.7 Génotoxicité

1.7.1 Atteinte de l’ADN
Gorpinchenko L et al,
The influence of direct mobile phone radiation on sperm quality.
Cent European J Urol. 2014 ; 67(1):65-71
Atli Sekeroglu Z. 1, Akar A., Sekeroglu V.
Evaluation of the cytogenotoxic damage in immature and mature rats
exposed to GSM 900 Mhz radio-frequency electromagnetic fields.
Int.J.Radiat.Biol. 2013 Nov ; 89 (11) : 985-992. 2013.1 Department of
Biology, Faculty of Sciences and Letters, Ordu University, 52200 Ordu,
Turkey
Deshmuk Ps et al
Detection of low level microwave radiation induced deoxyribonucleic acid
damage vis-à-vis
Genotoxicity in Brain of Fischer Rats.
Toxicol Int. 2013 ; 20(1):19-24
Sekeroglu V. 1, Akar A., Sekeroglu Z.A.
Cytotoxic and genotoxic effects of high-frequency electromagnetic fields
(GSM 1800 Mhz) on immature and mature rats.
Ecotoxicol.Environ.Saf. 2012 Jun ; 80 : 140-144.
Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences and Letters, Ordu University,
52200 Ordu, Turkey.
Panagopoulos Dj et al
Bioeffects of mobile telephony radiation in relation to its intensity or
distance from the antenna.
Int J.Radiat Biol.2010 ; 86(5):345-57
Diem E., Schwarz C., Adlkofer F., Jahn O., Rudiger H.
Non-thermal DNA breakage by mobile-phone radiation (1800 MHz) in human
fibroblasts and in transformed GFSH-R17 rat granulosa cells in vitro.
Mutat.Res. 2005 Jun. 6 ; 583 (2) : 178-183.
Division of Occupational Medicine, Medical University of Vienna, Waehringer
Guertel 18-20, Vienna 1090, Austria
Gapeev A.B., Lushnikov K.V., Shumilina Iu.V., Sirota N.P., Sadovnikov V.B.,
Chemeris N.K.
Effects of low-intensity extremely high frequency electromagnetic radiation
on chromatin structure of lymphoid cells in vivo and in vitro. [Article in
Russian ]
Radiats Biol.Radioecol. 2003 Jan-Feb. ; 43 (1) : 87-92.
Institute of Cell Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Pushchino,
Moscow Region, 142290 Russia.
Sagripanti J.L., Swicord M.L., Davis C.C.
Microwave effects on plasmid DNA.
Radiat.Res. 1987 May ; 110 (2) : 219-231.
1.7.2 Altération de l’expression des gènes
Zeng Q.L., Weng Y., Chen G.D., Lu D.Q., Chiang H., Xu Z.P.
Effects of GSM 1800 MHz radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on protein
expression profile of human breast cancer cell MCF-7.[Article in Chinese]
Zhonghua Yu Fang Yi Xue Za Zhi. 2006 May ; 40 (3) : 153-158.
Bioelectromagnetics Laboratory, Zhejiang University School of Medicine,
Hangzhou 310031, China.
Miyakoshi J., Takemasa K., Takashima Y., Ding G.R., Hirose H., Koyama S.
Effects of exposure to a 1950 MHz radio frequency field on expression of
Hsp70 and Hsp27 in human glioma cells.
Bioelectromagnetics 2005 May ; 26 (4) : 251-257.
Department of Radiological Technology, School of Health Sciences, Faculty
of Medicine, Hirosaki University, Hirosaki, Japan.
1.8 Baisse de la fertilité
Falzone N., Huyser C., Fourie F., Toivo T., Leszczynski D., Franken D.
In vitro effect of pulsed 900 MHz GSM radiation on mitochondrial membrane
potential and motility of human spermatozoa.
Bioelectromagnetics 2008 May ; 29 (4) : 268-276.
Department of Biomedical Sciences, Tshwane University of Technology,
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa.
Wdowiak A., Wdowiak L., Wiktor H.
Evaluation of the effect of using mobile phones on male fertility.
Ann.Agric.Environ.Med. 2007 ; 14 (1) 169-172.
Department of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Obstetric-Gynaecological
Nursing, Medical University of Lublin, 20-950 Lublin,Jaczewskiego 5, Poland.
1.9 Altération du développement embryonnaire
Divan H.A., Kheifets L., Obel C., Olsen J.
Prenatal and postnatal exposure to cell phone use and behavioral problems
in children.
Epidemiology 2008 Jul ; 19 (4) : 523-529.
Department of Epidemiology, UCLA School of Public Health, University of
California, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1772, USA.
Rezk A.Y., Abdulqawi K., Mustafa R.M., Abo El-Azm T.M., Al-Inany H.
Fetal and neonatal responses following maternal exposure to mobile phones.
Saudi Med.J. 2008 Feb ; 29 (2) : 218-223.
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Benha Faculty of Medicine,
Zagazig University, Cairo, Egypt
C, Channakeshava1. (2004).
Biological effects of power frequency magnetic fields : neurochemical and
toxicological changes in developing chick embryos.
Biomagnetic Research and Technology. 2
1.10 Effets des champs électromagnétiques sur la croissance de l’enfant
Divan H.A., Kheifets L., Obel C., Olsen J.
Cell phone use and behavioural problems in young children.
J.Epidemiol.Community Health 2012 Jun ; 66 (6) : 524-529.
Division of Biostatistics, Department of Preventive Medicine, Keck School of
Medicine of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA.
1.11 Effets des champs électromagnétiques sur la croissance de l’adolescent
Keshvari J., Keshvari R., Lang S.
The effect of increase in dielectric values on specific absorption rate (SAR) in
eye and head tissues following 900, 1800, and 2450 Mhz radio frequency
(RF) exposure.
Phys.Med.Biol. 2006 Mar 21 ; 51 (6) : 1463-1477.
Technology Platforms, Nokia Corporation, PO Box 301, FIN-00045 Nokia
Group,Linnoitustie 6, 02600 Espoo, Finland.
Grigorev IU.G.
The electromagnetic fields of cellular phones and the health of children and
of teenagers (the situation requiring to take an urgent measure). [Article in
Russian]
Radiats Biol.Radioecol. 2005 Jul-Aug ; 45 (4) : 442-450 URSS
1.12 Vieillissement prématuré
Adang D.
An Epidemiological Study on Low-level 21-month Microwave Exposure of
Rats.
[« Une étude épidémiologique sur l’Exposition de Rats à des Micro-ondes de
faible intensité durant 21 mois. » ] Thèse présentée en vue de l’obtention du
grade de docteur en sciences appliquées. Juin 2008
Jury : Prof. L. Vandendorpe (président), Prof. A. Vander Vorst (promoteur),
Prof. R. Remacle (promoteur), Prof I. Huynen, ProF.G. Eggermont, Prof. H.
Tuncel.
Université Catholique de Louvain, Laboratoire d »Hyperfréquences,
Laboratoire de Biologie animale, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique
1.13 Dépression et fatigue chronique
Pall, M.L.,
Microwave frequency electromagnetic fields (EMFs) produce widespread
neuropsychiatric effects including depression,
Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy (2015)
Pall ML.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as a NO/ONOO- Cycle Disease.
College of Science, School of Molecular Biology, Washington State
University. USA
1.14 L’électrohypersensibilité
Belpomme D., Campagnac C., Irigaray P.
Reliable disease biomarkers characterizing and identifying
electrohypersensitivity and multiple
chemical sensitivity as two etiopathogenic aspects of a unique pathological
disorder
Rev Environ Health 2015; 30(4): 251–271
Carpenter DO.
Excessive exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields may cause the
development of electrohypersensitivity.
Altern Ther Health Med 2014;20(6):40–2.
Hagström M, Auranen J, Ekman R.
Electromagnetic hypersensitive Finns: symptoms, perceived sources and
treatments, a questionnaire study.
Pathophysiology 2013;20(2):117–22.
Baliatsas C, Van Kamp I, Lebret E, Rubin GJ.
Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields
(IEI-EMF): a systematic review of identifying criteria.
BMC Public Health 2012;12:643.
Mccarty D.E., Carrubba S., Chesson A.L., Frilot C., Gonzalez-Toledo E., Marino
A.A.,
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity : evidence for a novel neurological
syndrome.
Int.J.Neurosci. 2011 Dec ; 121 (12) : 670-676.
Department of Neurology, LSU Health Sciences Center, Shreveport Louisiana
71130- 3932, USA.
Levallois P.
Hypersensitivity of human subjects to environmental electric and magnetic
field exposure : a review of the litterature.
Environ.Health Perspect. 2002 Aug ; 110 (Suppl 4) : 613-618.
Unité de Recherche en Santé Publique, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de
Québec, et Institut National de Santé Publique du Québec, Beauport, Canada
Bergqvist U, Vogel E, Editors.
Possible health implications of subjective symptoms and electromagnetic
fields.
A report prepared by a European group of experts for the European
Commission,
DGV. Arbete och Hälsa, 1997:19. Swedish National Institute for Working
Life, Stockholm, Sweden.
Rea WJ, Pan Y, Fenyves EJ, Sujisawa I, Suyama H, et al.
Electromagnetic field sensitivity.
J Bioelectricity 1991;10(1–2):241–56.
1.15 Altération du système osseux : minéralisation asymétrique
Saraví, Fernando D. MD, Ph D
Asymmetries in Hip Mineralization in Mobile Cellular Phone Users
Journal of Craniofacial Surgery:2011 Volume 22 – Issue 2 – pp 706-710
1.16 Dermatologie
Kimata H.
Enhancement of allergic skin wheal responses in patients with atopic
eczema/dermatitis syndrome by playing video games or by a frequently
ringing mobile phone.
Eur J Clin Invest. (2003). Jun: 33(6):513-7.
Santini R, Santini P, Danze JM, Le Ruz P, Seigne M.
Investigation on the health of people living near mobile telephone relay
stations: I/Incidence according to distance and sex.
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preliminary observations from on-going studies in the human skin.
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2.1 Leucémie chez l’enfant
Schuz J.
Exposure to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields and the risk of
childhood cancer : update of the epidemiological evidence.
Prog.Biophys.Mol.Biol. 2011 Dec ; 107 (3) : 339-342. Epub 2011 Sep 19.
InternationalAgency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Section of Environment
and Radiation, Lyon, France
Magnani C.
Risk of childhood leukemia and environmental exposure to ELF
electromagnetic fields. [Article in Italian ]
G.Ital.Med.Lav.Ergon. 2003 Jul-Sep ; 25 (3) : 373-375.
Dipartimento di Scienze Mediche dell’Universita del Piemonte Orientale,
Servizio di Epidemiologia dei Tumori del Centro di Referimento per
l’Epidemiologia e la Prevenzione Oncologica, CPO, Piemonte. Italy
Li W.H. et al.
Regulation of cell viability and prostéaglandin E2 secretion by specific 7,5 Hz
electromagnetic field stimulations on osteoblasts.
BEMS Meeting 2002. Québec, Canada. Pagez 103-105
Wartenberg W.
Residential EMF exposure and childhood leukaemia-meta analysis and
population attributable risk.
Bioelectromagnetics. 2001.S5-S84-S104
Ahlbon A et al.
A pooled analysis of magnetic fields and childhood leukemia..
Brith. J. of Cancer. 2000. 83 : 692-698
2.2 Troubles cardio-vasculaires
Hakansson N., Gustavsson P., Sastre A., Floderus B.,
Occupational exposure to extremely low frequency magnetic fields and
mortality from cardiovascular disease.
Am.J.Epidemiol. 2003 Sep 15 ; 158 (6) : 534-542.
Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm,
Sweden
2.3 Cancers
Zhao G., Lin X., Zhou M., Zhao J.,
Relationship between exposure to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic
fields and breast cancer risk : a meta-analysis.
Eur.J.Gynaecol.Onco. 2014 ; 35 (3) : 264-269.Roosli M., Lortscher M., Egger
M., Pfluger D.,
Schreier N., Lortscher E., Locher P., Spoerri A, Minder C.,
Leukaemia, brain tumours and exposure to extremely low frequency
magnetic fields : cohort study of Swiss railway employees.
Occup.Environ.Med. 2007 Aug ; 64 (8) : 553-559. Epub 2007 May 24.
Department of Social and Preventive Medicinae, University of Berne,
Switzerland.
Klaeboe L., Blaasaas K.G., Haldorsen T., Tynes T.,
Residential and occupational exposure to 50-Hz magnetic fields and brain
tumours in Norway : a population-based study.
Int.J.Cancer 2005 May 20 ; 115 (1) 137-141.
The Cancer Registry of Norway, Institute of Population-Based Cancer
Research, Oslo, Norway.
2.4 Neurodégénérescence
Roosli M., Lortscher M., Egger M., Pfluger D., Schreier N., Lortscher E.,
Locher P., Spoerri A., Minder C.
Mortality from neurodegenerative disease and exposure to extremely low
frequency magnetic fields : 31 years of observations on swiss railway
employees.
Neuroepidemiology 2007 ; 28 (4) : 197-206.
Department of Social and Preventive Medicinae, University of Berne, Berne,
Switzerland.
Cook C.M., Thomas A.W., Prato F.S.,
Human electrophysiological and cognitive effects of exposure to ELF
magnetic and ELF modulated RF and microwave fields : a review of recent
studies.
Bioelectromagnetics 2002 Feb ; 23 (2) : 144-157.
Lawson Health Research Institute, Department of Nuclear Medicine MR, St
Joseph’s Health Care, London, Ontario, Canada.

2.5 Sclérose latérale amyotrophique (SLA)
Zhou H., Chen G., Chen C., Yu Y., Xu Z.,
Association between extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields
occupations and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis : a meta-analysis.
PloS One 2012 ; 7 (11) e48364
Bioelectromagnetics Laboratory, School of Public Health, Zhejiang University
School of Medicine, Hangzhou, China
Li C.Y., Sung F.C.,
Association between occupational exposure to power frequency
electromagnetic fields and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis : a review.
Am.J.Ind.Med. 2003 Feb ; 43 (2) : 212-220.
Department of Public Health, College of Medicine, Fu-Jen Catholic University,
Hhsinchuang, Taipei Hsien, Taiwan Republic of China.
2.6 Maladie d’Alzheimer
Davanipour Z., Sobel E.
Long-term exposure to magnetic fields and the risks of Alzheimer’s disease
and breast cancer : further biological research.
Pathophysiology 2009 Aug ; 16 (2-3) : 149-156. Epub 2009 Mar 10.
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago,II, United
States
Qiu C., Fratiglioni L., Karp A., Winblad B., Bellander D.
Occupational exposure to electromagnetic fields and risk of Alzheimer’s
disease.
Epidemiology 2004 Nov ; 15 (6) : 687-694.
Aging Research Center, Division of Geriatric, Epidemiology and Medicine,
Department of Neurotec., Karolinska Institutet, S-113 82 Stockholm,
Sweden
Garcia A.M., Sisternas A., Hoyos S.P.
Occupational exposure to extremely low-frequency electric and magnetic
fields and Alzheimer’s disease : a meta-analysis.
Int.J.Epidemiol. 2008 Apr ; 37 (2) : 329-340. Epub 2008 Fe’b 1.
Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, University of Valencia,
Spain.
2.7 Dépression
Verkasalo P.K., Kaprio J., Varjonen J., Romanov K., Heikkila K., Koskenvuo
M.,
Magnetic fields of transmission lines and depression.
Am.J.Epidemiol.1997 Dec 15 ; 146 (12) : 1037-1045.
Department of Public Health, University of Helsinki, Finland
2.8 Altération de la mémoire
Preece A.W., Wesnes K.A., Iwi J.R.
The effect of a 50 Hz magnetic field on cognitive function in humans.
Int.J.Radiat.Biol. 1998 Oct ; 74 (4) : 463-470.
Department of Medical Physics and Bioengineering, Bristol Oncology Centre,
UK
2.9 Immunité
De Jager G.J. Et al.,
Effects of a 50 Hz magnetic field on the immune status of the mouse,
musculus : long and short term exposure.
BEMS Meeting 2002. Québec, Canada. Pages 103-105
2.10 Effets neurovégétatifs et hématologiques
Bonhomme-Fabre l et al.,
Effets neurovégétatifs et hématologiques des champs électromagnétiques de
basses fréquences (50 Hz) produits par les transformateurs.
Service de pharmacie, Hôpital Paul Brousse, Villejuif (1998)
2.11 Action sur les magnétosomes
Kirschvink J.L., Kobayashi-Kirschvink A., Diaz-Ricci J.C., Kirschvink S.J.
Magnetite in human tissues : a mechanism for the biological effects of weak
ELF magnetic fields.
Bioelectromagnetics 1992 ; Suppl 1 : 101-113.
Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, California Institute of
Technology, Pasadena 91125.
2.12 Perturbation du sommeil
Liu H, Chen G, Pan Y, Chen Z. Jin W,. Sun C. Chen C. Dong X. Chen K. Xu Z.
Zhang S. Yu Y.
Occupational electromagnetic fields exposures associated with sleep quality :
a cross-sectional study.
PloS One 2014 Oct 23 ; 9 (10) : e110825. Doi: 10.137
1/journal.pone.011825. Ecollection 2014.Department of Epidemiology &
Health Statistics, School of Public Health, School of Medicine, Zhejiang
University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China ;Chronic Disease Research Institute,
School of Public Health, School of Medicine, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou,
Zhejiang, China
2 Bioelectromagnetics Laboratory, School of Medicine, Zhejiang University,
Hangzhou,
Zhejiang, China.
3 Yiwu Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Yiwu, Zhejiang, China.
4 Department of Epidemiology & Health Statistics, School of Public Health,
School of
Medicine, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China.
2.13 Suicide
Van Wijngaarden E., Savitz D.A., Kleckner R.C., Cai J., Loomis D.
Exposure to electromagnetic fields and suicide among electric utility
workers : a nested case-control study.
WestJ.Med. 2000 Aug ; 173 (2) : 94-100.
Department of Epidemiology, University of North Carolina, School of Public
Health CB 7400, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7400, USA.
3. Les effets perturbateurs des émetteurs dechamps électromagnétiques de hautes fréquences
3.1 Antennes relais de téléphonie mobile
Buchner K., Horst E.
Changes of clinically important Neurotransmitters under the influence of
modulated RF fields – a long term study under real life conditions.
Umwelt Medizin Geselschaft 2011 24(1); 44-57
Dode A.C., Leao M.M., Tejo Fde A., Gomes A.C., Dode D.C., Dode M.C.,
Moreira C.W., Condessa V.A.,Albinatti C., Caiaffa W.T.
Mortality by neoplasia and cellular telephone base stations in the Belo
Horizonte municipality, Minas Gerais state, Brazil.
Sci.total Environ. 2011 Sep 1 ; 409 (19) : 3649-3665.
Minas Methodist University Center Izabela Hendrix, Belo Horizonte City,
Minas Gerais state, Brazil.
Khurana V.G., Hardell L., Everaert J., Bortkiewicz A., Carlberg M., Ahonen M.
Epidemiological evidence for a health risk from mobile phone base stations.
Int.J.Occup.Environ.Health 2010 Jul-Sep ; 16 (3) : 263-267.
Department of Neurosurgery, The Canberra Hospital, The Australian National
University
Medical School, Garran, Australia.
Abdel-Rassoul G., El-Fateh O.A., Salem M.A., Michael A., Farahat F., El-
Batanouny M., Salem E. Neurobehavioral effects among inhabitants around
mobile phone base stations.
Neurotoxicology 2007 Mar ; 28 (2) : 434-440. .
Community, Environmental and Occupational Medicine Department, Faculty
of Medicine, Menoufiya, Shebin El-Kom, Egypt.
Hutter H.P., Moshammer H., Wallner P., Kundi M.
« Subjective symptoms, sleeping problems, and cognitive performance in
subjects living near mobile phone base stations. »
Occup.Environ.Med. 2006 May ; 63 (5) : 307-313.
Institute of Environmental Health, Medical University of Vienna, Vienna,
Austria.
Wolf R., Wolf D.
« Increased incidence of cancer near a cell-phone transmitter station. »
Int.J.Cancer Prev. 2004 Apr ; 1 (2) : 1-18.
The Dermatology Unit Kaplan Medical Center, Rechovot, and the Sackler
Faculty of Medicine, Tel-Aviv, Israël. The Pediatric Outpatient Clinic, Hasharon Region,
Kupat
Holim, Israël.
3.2 DECT (téléphone fixe sans fil)
Soderqvist F., Carlberg M., Hansson Mild K., Hardell L.
« Exposure to a 890-MHz mobile phone-like signal and serum levels of
S100B and transthyretin in volunteers. »
Toxicol.Lett. 2009 Aug 25 ; 189 (1) : 63-66. Epub 2009 May 7.
Department of Oncology, University Hospital School of Health and Medical
Sciences,
Orebro University, Orebro SE-701 87, Sweden
3.3 WiFi
Markov M. Grigoriev Y.G.
Wi-Fi technology – an uncontrolled global experiment on the health of
mankind.
Electromagn.Biol.Med. 2013 Jun ; 32 (2) : 200-208. doi:
10.3109/15368978.2013.776430.
Resarch International, Williamsville, NY, USA.
Linda Saili, Amel Hanini, Chiraz Smirani, Ines Azzouz, Amina Azzouz, Mohsen
Sakly, Hafedh Abdelmelek, Zihad Bouslama
Effects of acute exposure to WIFI signals (2.45GHz) on heart variability and
blood pressure in Albinos rabbit
Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, Volume 40, Issue 2, Pages
600-605
3.4 Compteurs intelligents
Lamech F.
Self-reporting of symptom development from exposure to radiofrequency
fields of wireless smart meters in victoria, australia : a case series.
Alter.Ther.Health Med. 2014 Nov-Dec ; 20 (6) : 28-39.
Jamieson I.A.
SmartMeters-Smarter Practices. Solving emerging problems. A review.
2011 Report commissioned by EM radiation Research Trust UK Reg.Charity
N° 1106304.pages 1-256. www.radiationresearch.org
Milham S., Morgan L.L.
A new electromagnetic exposure metric : high frequency voltage transients
associated with increased cancer incidence in teachers in California school.
Am.J.Ind.Med. 2008 Aug ; 51 (8) : 579-586.
Washington State Department of Health, Tumwater, Washington, USA
3.5 Emetteurs radio et leucémies
Michelozzi P., Kirchmayer U., Capon A., Forastiere F., Biggeri A., Barca A.,
Ancona C., Fusco D., Sperati A., Papini P., Pierangelini A., Rondelli R., Prucci
C.A.
Leukemia mortality and incidence of infantile leukemia near the Vatican
Radio Station of Rome. [Article in Italian ]
Epidemiol.Prev. 2001 Nov-Dec ; 25 (6) : 249-255.
Dipartimento di Epidemiologia ASL RME, Roma.
3.6 Emetteurs TV et leucémies
Merzenich H., Schmiedel S., Bennack S., Bruggemeyer H., Philipp J., Blettner
M., Schuz J.
Childhood leukemia in relation to radio frequency electromagnetic fields in
the vicinity of TV and radio broadcast transmitters.
Am.J.Epidemiol. 2008 Nov 15 ; 168 (10) : 1169-1178.
Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics, University
Mainz, 55101 Mainz, Germany.
Hocking B., Gordon I.
Decreased survival for childhood leukemia in proximity to television towers.
Arch.Environ.Health 2003 Sep ; 58 (9) : 560-564.
Statistical Consulting Centre, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
3.7 Radars militaires
Yakymenko I., Sidorik E., Kyrulenko S., Chekhun V.
Long-term exposure to microwave radiation provokes cancer growth :
evidences from radars and mobile communication systems.
Exp.Oncol. 2011 Jun ; 33 (2) : 62-70.
R.E. Kavetsky Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and
Radiobiology of NAS of Ukraine, Vasylkivska str. 45, Kyiv 03022, Ukraine
Degrave E., Meeusen B., Grivegnee A.R., Boniol M., Autier P.
Causes of death among Belgian professional military radar operators : a 37-
year retrospective cohort study.
Int.J.Cancer 2009 Feb 15 ; 124 (4) : 945-951.
Unit of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Military Hospital Brussels, Brussels,
Belgium
Vignal et al
Effets des ondes hyperfréquences des téléphones mobiles et des radars sur
l’oeil,
(Centre de recherche du service des armées) – Elsevier Masson, Pathologie
Biologie 57 (2009) 503-508
Richter E.R., Berman T., Levy O.
Brain cancer with induction periods of less than 10 years in young military
radar workers. Arch.Environ.Health 2002 Jul-Aug ; 57 (4) : 270-272.
Unit of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Hebrew University-
Hadassah, Jerusalem, Israel.
John R. Goldsmith
Epidemiologic Evidence Relevant to Radar (Microwave) Effects Environmental
Health Perspectives v.105, Supplement 6, 1dec 1997
Department of Epidemiology and Health Services Evaluation, Ben-Gurion
University of the Negev Beer Sheva, Israel

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