Bibliography

Reference List 

Reported Biological Effects from Radiofrequency Radiation (RFR)
at Low-Intensity Exposure Levels

(Cell Tower, WI-FI, Wireless Laptop, Wireless  Utility Meters ‘smart meters’)

Prepared November 22, 2012 by:
Cindy Sage. MA, Sage Associates

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