Simple Blood Test  for Radiation Damage  to Cells

A simple blood test  has been devised  called the Transferrin Receptor Red Cell Assay, or  E- Tr assay, measures the amount of radiation that has been absorbed by the body. Using a specific biomarker, it reveals the  extent of stem-cell mutations due to exposure to X-ray, or to anything potentially carcinogenic that mimics X-ray damage, such as many chemicals used in the microchip industry.


EMR Application  as a Therapeutic  Tool              

Certain frequencies  of  EMR, applied as a therapeutic procedure,  under controlled and  specific circumstances, with patient consent, have  been successful. (6) in treating depression, migraine.   Parkinson’s tremours  and epilepsy also have responded favourably to such treatment.  While  EMR has been found to reduce side effects of withdrawal from drug addiction, exposure may be  a factor in accelerating alcohol and drug addiction.  Empirical evidence shows that avoidance of EMR can eliminate migraine episodes, depression and petit mal episodes.


What of Side Effects ?

The conclusions of  some  published scientific studies, dealing with the biological effects of EMR, are described as ‘exciting’ by  those looking  for a drugless healing tool. The results of studies, suggest that EMR may well become the drugless healing tool of the future.  That there are claims of an absence of  side effects though, is a concern.  The side effect aspect  of EMR is denied despite  evidence to the contrary.


It has been found that  radiotherapy treatment,  while arresting and  curing some cancers, will  predispose the patient to developing other cancers, later in life. This  has been found to be the  case, as has impaired brain function,   resulting  from  treatment of radiotherapy  for childhood leukemia  (19)  So EMR effects can create a paradox by both eliminating disease and yet under  certain circumstances,  promoting disease. 


There are cases on record of EHS developing after the diagnostic  procedure of  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and after  treatment with  radiotherapy  for lymphoma, a case of EHS was  found to exacerbate. With radiotherapy there are extremely strong electrostatic fields evident,  at the time of treatment.   Of course, where   a life threatening condition may be involved  any procedure is of value regardless of the after-effects.  The  point is that  there are side effects from  EMR emitting technology and  this must be recognized for the operator of the apparatus as well as the patient undergoing treatment/diagnostic    procedure. As with X-rays,  the radiographers administering radiotherapy treatment leave the vicinity of the treating  equipment while the machine is in operation to minimize exposure.   It is believed that orthopedic surgeons have the highest EMR exposure in  the medical profession.


Post-treatment risk of  patients developing further cancerous  and other serious conditions is a powerful argument for developing cancer prevention strategies rather than seeking to develop bigger and better treatments.  While studies that actually affirm EMR as a serious health  risk  are thin on the ground, there is empirical evidence gathered from real life experiences, that clearly reveals the extent to which  health  may  be degraded by interaction with environmental EMR.   Here it may be said that –  experience really does count.”   (32) and should be carefully considered by designers of  scientific studies into EMR health effects.