Acute exposure to mobile phone and assessment of internal cerebral circulation : a transcranial doppler study

Abstract : The cerebral circulation may be potentially affected due to the exposure to RF emitted by mobile phone. The objective of present human study is to investigate internal cerebral circulation using GSM 900 MHz mobile phones. The basic approach is to compare the vascularisation of the exposed and non-exposed hemisphere before, during and after of 20 minutes RF exposure using transcranial ultrasound Doppler with carcinoma (HCC). Intrabuccal administration of specific modulation frequencies is a novel modality. Tumor-specific frequencies range from 100Hz-21kHz and were identified in patients. We have identified differential expression of miRNAs and genes functioning in IP3/DAG signaling. In vivo experiments have demonstrated tumor regression. These findings identify a mechanism affecting cancer cells, without damaging normal tissue.
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Rania Ghosn, Gyorgy Thuroczy, Nathalie Loos, Valérie Brenet-Dufour, Sophie Liabeuf, et al.. Acute exposure to mobile phone and assessment of internal cerebral circulation : a transcranial doppler study. 34. Annual Conference of the Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS), Jun 2012, Brisbane, Australia. ⟨ineris-00970998⟩

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