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    NEWSLETTER: Allan Frey and the Inconvenient Truth About Radio Frequency Radiation

    Can Cell Phones Cause Cancer?
    "We've underplayed the possible threat from cell phones for too long...[Devra Davis] shows the way the industry has been able to twist science just enough to stave off the possibility of regulation."
    -TIME Magazine

    In 1960, neuroscientist Allan Frey, then with Cornell University’s General Electric Advanced
    Electronics Center,became curious about the impact on the nervous system of electromagnetic
    fields moving at the speed of light. Long before cell phones were commercialized, his findings
    would eventually prove that radio frequency radiation has a measurable effect on the brain—and
    attempts were made by the powers-that-be to suppress his work in ways that uncannily echo the
    ways such results are being marginalized today.

    Among other key results, Frey determined that the carrier wave of 1,900 megahertz—precisely
    the same wavelength used by many cell phones today—had significant biological effects.

    Inject a mouse with a fluorescent dye into its blood and the entire body and all of the organs
    fluoresce—except for the brain, which remains pink-gray. Research in the 1920s had shown
    why: The brain is protected from taking in poisons or contaminants that get into
    the bloodstream due to a barrier appropriately known as the “blood-brain barrier.”

    But Frey found something interesting. He showed that weak radio frequency signals—just
    like those from today’s cell phones—opened up this normally closed barrier.
    Frey first
    injected the dye into the bloodstream of rats and then exposed them to very weak pulsed
    microwave signals. Within a few minutes, the injected rats’ brains began to fluoresce,
    signaling that the blood-brain barrier had been breached. Frey’s studies were reported
    in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences in 1975.

    Soon after two other labs, using other blood-brain-barrier study techniques, showed similar
    effects of radio frequency radiation.

    But there were some in the military and industry who didn’t want to accept that such radiation
    could have any biological impact. For example, several “critiques” of the effect that Frey had
    discovered completely ignored relevant information. Frey himself recalls the falsity of some
    critiques. One group claimed to have repeated his team’s rat studies and said they found nothing.
    However, instead of injecting the dye into the femoral vein so it would go directly to the heart
    and into the brain in seconds, as Frey had, they injected it into the abdomen. They sprayed it onto
    the intestines. Within five minutes they killed the animals and looked at the brain. They reported
    that they found no evidence that the dye had gone into the brain. Of course not! There have been many
    studies confirming and extending Frey’s work since then.

    In later years, Frey has noted the intensity of pressure during the Cold War to stay away
    from studies that suggested that low-intensity radio frequency radiation had biological
    impacts
    of any kind. More than three decades later, recalling attempts to discredit his work,
    Frey has said, “What happened then was a naked use of power to try to discredit what had been basic
    scientific work because it did not comport with what some people in the military and industry wanted
    to hear.” Today’s researchers are still fighting the battle Frey waged in the 1970s.

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