Royal Society of Canada Due to Release Report on Safety Code 6

 In Press Release

Vancouver, B.C. – Monday March 31, 2014 – In anticipation of the Royal Society of Canada’s announcement of the findings of their Expert Panel on Safety Code 6, Bad Science Watch is making available its science adviser Dr. Rob Tarzwell for interviews on any potential changes to the regulations governing cell phone radiation.

Bad Science Watch has spoken out in the past on the misinformation surrounding the use of non-ionizing radiation from wireless devices. Last year Dr. Tarzwell, a specialist in both nuclear medicine and psychiatry, presented evidence to the Royal Society’s Expert Panel that the condition called “electromagnetic hypersensitivity”, or EHS, does not exist and that current exposure limits do not expose the public to harm.

“We anticipate the Royal Society’s report will agree with our own findings,” says Michael Kruse, Board Chair of Bad Science Watch. “Wireless devices do not pose a significant risk to the public.”

Bad Science Watch will issue a response to the report after the RSC press conference on April 1st at 9:00 AM EST, and Dr. Rob Tarzwell will be available for comment throughout the day.

More information:
Our BC Human Rights Tribunal and RSC submission information
Our position paper on EHS

For Media Inquiries, Please Contact

Jamie Williams
Executive Director
1-888-742-3299 ext. 102
jwilliams@badsciencewatch.ca
www.badsciencewatch.ca

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