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NEW and IMPORTANT BOOK
Electro sensitivity and Electro hypersensitivity – A Summary by Michael
Michael Bevington, Chair of Trustees of ES-UK, has written a 43 page book designed primarily for doctors, but also suitable for all of us to present to family, friends, colleagues and MPs, among others. It outlines ES, its symptoms and existing medical tests in 16 pages followed by some 800 references to scientific papers relating to this illness.
this Summary may include the following new aspects.
* = perhaps of the greatest importance
1. This may be the first English overview of ES and EHS since A. & J.
Philips (2006) Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Modern Illness and N.
Irvine (2005) Definition, Epidemiology and Management of Electrical
Sensitivity (see notes 18 and 19, page 17). It is has more extensive
references than either earlier report to the published literature,
especially peer-reviewed studies, with some 800 references.
*2. This may be the first attempt in English to distinguish the three
conditions, ES, EHS and EMF Neurosis. See Section 1 (page 5).
*3. This may be the first attempt to draw together the new techniques
for the diagnosis of EHS using pathological markers developed by
several medical laboratories over the last few years. See Section 4
*4. This may be the first attempt to provide a brief history of medical
research into ES and EHS, including the wide variety of names which
have been used by different governmental classification bodies and in
scientific studies. See Section 10 (page 14).
*5. This may provide the first easily accessible list of international
guidelines, both biological and thermal, including the Building Biology
Evaluation Guidelines, published in English. See Section 11 (page 15).
*6. This may be the first English report on EHS to use the study by
Huttunen et al. (2009) showing spontaneous hand movements apparently
caused by Radio Frequencies. See Section 1A (page 5) and note 4 (page
7. This may be the first accessible printed English summary of Hecht
and Balzer’s review of the developmental stages of EHS. See Section 7
8. This may be the first attempt in English to attempt to elucidate
with references co-morbity with EHS and to show patterns of other
bio-electromagnetic effects including disease associations across the
range of frequencies. See Section 9 (page 13).
9. This Summary includes an extensive and referenced list of many
relevant established mechanisms among the sub-thermal bio-effects of
EMFs. See Section 8 (page 12).
10. This may be the first English publication highlighting studies
showing the prevalence of doctors accepting EHS and ES as medical
conditions. See Section 6 (page 10).
11. This may be the first generalised attempt to explain the inherent
failure of many conscious psychological provocation tests, particularly
on the grounds of failure to define EHS, failure to distinguish between
ES and EHS, failure to distinguish between EHS and EMF Neurosis,
failure to screen effectively people claiming to be EHS, failure to
support conscious or subconscious psychological reactions with
established pathological markers, failure to allow fully for
confounding factors such as latency timings and synergistic causes, and
failure to apply an appropriate statistical analysis if conscious
reactions occur only on as few as 10% of provocations. See Section 6
12. This may be the first attempt in English to outline cost savings to
the NHS in the prompt and correct diagnosis of EHS. See Forward (page
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