Biologic Effects and Health Hazards of Microwave Radiation
This 350-page document is the result of a symposium (convened by WHO, among others), held in Warsaw on 15–18 October 1973, with the participation of 60 researchers specializing in the biological effects of microwaves on humans.
This document describes primarily the adverse effects of microwave radiation on neurological, vascular and cardiac systems, as well as on the thyroid and thrombocytes; it also reports that microwaves can cause Type II diabetes, sleep issues, cataracts, opacification of the ocular lens, and behavioural disorders, among others.
See: Biologic Effects and Health Hazards of Microwave Radiation.
Links to the full document are provided below, with Session E being particularly relevant to the health effects of microwave radiation:
Title and Contents
Session A General Effects of Microwave Radiation I
Session A General Effects of Microwave Radiation II
Session B Influence of Microwave Radiation on the Nervous System and Behavior I
Session B Influence of Microwave Radiation on the Nervous System and Behavior II
Session C Effects of Microwave Radiation on the Cellular and Molecular Level I
Session C Effects of Microwave Radiation on the Cellular and Molecular Level II
Session D Measurements of Microwave Radiation
Session E Occupational Exposure and Public Health Aspects of Microwave Radiation
Session F Presentation and Discussion of Session Reports, Conclusions (including Future Research Needs) and Recommendations
List of Participants and Index
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