Iris Atzmon is author of a 700 pages book on health and public health policy with regard to cell phones and wireless technology proliferation.
Ms. Atzmon is a student of public health, with a MA in public health. Her interest begin with the deployment of the technology became more aggressive without receiving informed consent from the public, without informing the public on health risks.
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Published 1:44 p.m. August 1, 2012
Reader claims that Communities writer ignores scientific debate that was initiated by the creation of Bioinitiative and the ICEMS (International Committee on Electromagnetic Safety) groups.
Published 8:34 p.m. April 16, 2012
Communities Reader Iris Atzmon rebutes Communities @WashingtonTimes.com Dariusz Leszczynski claim that "the deployment of the 'smart meters' will add very little radiation beyond existing exposures to cell phones and cell towers