Wireless radiation, vitamin D and autoimmune diseases

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Wireless radiation could be contributing to the symptoms of autoimmune, says Professor Trevor Marshall.

In his presentation the 10th International Congress on Autoimmunity in Leipzig on April 7, Professor Marshall referred to conditions of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, from which many people with electromagnetic hypersensitivity suffer. According to Professor Martin Pall, these three conditions may have a common mechanism of action.

Professor Marshall explained that the receptor for Vitamin D (VDR) is affected by wireless radiation at 6 GHz. In an experiment, he asked people with autoimmune diseases to wear a shielded cap for some hours as they slept and during the day. The cap was made of shielding material containing a silver thread which blocked wireless radiation to the head and lymph nodes. Many of those who took part in the experiment reported improvement of their symptoms.

Medical practitioners treating people with autoimmune disease need to take the wireless environments of their patients into consideration, Professor Marshall advised.

You can see Professor Marshall’s presentation here . His discussion about wireless radiation begins about 14 minutes into his presentation.