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50% of us will be sick from radiation by 2017, according to statistics

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Contrary to the views of mainstream medical authorities, Figure 1

shows that the group of electrosensitive people around the

world, including Sweden, is not just a small fraction that deviates from

the rest of the healthy population. Instead, it points at the possibility

that electrosensitivity will be more widespread in the near future.

The extrapolated trend indicates that 50% of the population can be expected
to become electrosensitive by the year 2017.

Data presented here were collected in Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland,
Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.

Estimated prevalence of electrosensitive people in different years and countries
Measured % El year sensitive Country, reported year Ref. No.

1985      006 Sweden 1991 (0.025–0.125%) National Encyclopedia Sw., 1991
1994      063 Sweden 1995 Anonymous est., 1994
1995      150 Austria 1995 Leitgeb N. et al., 1995, 2005
1996      150 Sweden 1998 SNBHW, Env. report, 1998
1997      200 Austria 1998 Leitgeb N. et al., 1998, 2005
1997      150 Sweden 1999 Hillert L. et al., 2002
1998      320 California 2002 Levallois P., 2002
1999      310 Sweden 2001 SNBHW, Env. report, 2001
2000     320 Sweden 2003 Sw Labour Union Sif, 2003
2001     600 Germany 2002 Schroeder E., 2002
2002    1330 Austria 2003 (7.6–19%) Spiß B., 2003
2003    800 Germany 2003 Infas, 2003
2003    900 Sweden 2004 Elöverkänsligas Riksförbund, 2005
2003    500 Schweiz 2005 Bern, Medicine Social, 2005
2003    500 Ireland 2005 This is London, 2005
2004    1100 England 2004 Fox E., 2004
2004    900 Germany 2005 Infas, 2004

2017    5000 Extrapolated to 50%

References

Anonymous estimate: 50,000 in 1994.
Elöverkänsligas Riksförbund. (2005). Funktionshindret Elöverkänslighet.
Fox, E. (2004). Rapporteurs Report. WHO Workshop on Electrical Hypersensitivity, Oct.
25–27.
Hillert, L., Berglind, N., Arnetz, B. B., Bellander, T. (2002). Scand J Work Environ Health.
28(1):33–41.
Infas. (2003). Ermittlungen der Befürchtungen und Ängste der breiten Öffentlichkeit
hinsichtlich möglicher Gefahren der hochfrequenten elektromagnetischen Felder des
Mobilfunks–jährliche Umfragen. B. f. Strahlenschutz. Bonn, Institut für angewandte
Sozialwissenschaft GmbH: 1–34.
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53113 Bonn. Ermittlung der Befürchtungen und Ängste der breiten Öffentlichkeit
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Non-Specific Health Symp. pp. 8–16, Graz, Austria.
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An inquiry among Austrian general practitioners. Wien Med Wochensehr, 153:237–241.
Levallois, P. et al. (2002). Study of self-reported hypersensitity to electromagnetic fields in
California. Environ Health Persp 110(4):619–623.
Medicine Social et Preventive de l’Unirvesité de Berne, 2005.
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der bundesweiten Telefonumfrage im Auftrag des Bundesamtes für Strahlenschutz
(BfS).
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Immission mit den Programmen NIRView und CORLA. Diplomarbeit an der
Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität Salzburg, Oktober 2003, Salzburg,
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Letter to the Editor: Will We All
Become Electrosensitive?
ÖRJAN HALLBERG1 AND GERD OBERFELD2
1Hallberg Independent Research, Trångsund, Sweden
2Public Health Department Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria

Dear Editor,

Each year an increasing number of people claim to suffer from electrosensitivity
(see, e.g., compilation of references given in Table 1), also known as being
electrically hypersensitive (EHS). There are also other diseases, such as fibromyalgia
and burn-out syndrome, that have symptoms similar to those exhibited by people
suffering from electrosensitivity.

In Sweden, electrosensitivity is recognized as a handicap, but there is still
controversy surrounding the diagnosis of the disease. The mainstream view by
governmental and medical authorities is that this handicap is a psychological
phenomenon with no basis in physical or medical mechanisms (Swedish National
Board of Health and Welfare, SNBHW, 1995), whereby perpetuating the
misconception that only a small fraction of the population is concerned about
electrosensitivity or the proximity of new radio transmission masts.

The number of reported cases of electrosensitivity has been steadily increasing
since it was first documented in 1991. Data presented here are estimates and are
based on large sample inquiries where different sets of questions have been used. To
determine whether the statistics indicate a sub-population of electrosensitivity or if
the total population is at stake, we plotted reported prevalence estimates over time
in a normal distribution diagram (Table 1 and Figure 1).

Contrary to the views of mainstream medical authorities, Figure 1 shows that
the group of electrosensitive people around the world, including Sweden, is not just
a small fraction that deviates from the rest of the healthy population. Instead, it
points at the possibility that electrosensitivity will be more widespread in the near
future. The extrapolated trend indicates that 50% of the population can be expected
to become electrosensitive by the year 2017.


Data presented here were collected in Austria, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland,
Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States.

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