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Subject: CELL PHONE ACTION ALERTDr.Keith Black, Cedars Sinai Hospital neurosurgeon is on CNN this weekend! ACTION NEEDED
Date: Fri, 20 May 2011 23:42:30 -0700

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

This is a personal call to action about a major public health issue — cell phone safety

I feel strongly that we need to insist on getting answers about whether cell phones are safe or not. Tonight, I watched Dr Sanjay Gupta, a CNN commentator, who happens to be a neurosurgeon, interview Dr. Keith Blake, a practicing neurosurgeon at Cedar Sinai Hospital in West Los Angeles who is widely respected as one of the most prominent U.S. brain cancer surgeons in the United States.

These two neurosurgeons expressed their strong concern about cell phone safety and went into great details in explaining what causes them to speak out. Dr. Keith Black, who treated the Johnny Cochran, who died of brain cancer, said he believed all along that it was Cochran’s use of a cell phone that triggered his brain cancer. The interview covered much more than that.  You can see it online at http://www.cnn.com/HEALTH/ .  CNN will be covering this issue more over this coming weekend.

CNN’s coverage is timely. The California State Legislature is poised to vote on a cell phone labelling bill next week. The International Agency on Research on Cancer will be discussing cel phone research next week and plans to render an opinion to the World Health Organization as to whether the type of microwave radiaiton used by cell phones, smart phones, WIFi networks, and antennas, etc. is cancer causing or now. The FCC is currently proposing to do away with landline phones. Concerned scientists agree there is sufficient evidence to call for more precaution and lower exposure standards while meanwhile, independantly sponsored science can aggressively seek the answers to the open question: is it safe?

With almost 300 million people using cell phones routinely in the US., isn’t it about time to find out for sure and address the concerns Dr. Black and so many others world wide are pointing to?

I appreciate Dr. Black’s willingness to speak out and also appreciate Dr. Gupta and CNN’s continuing coverage over the past decade, which is almost as long as most people have ever owned one.

You can take personal action by educating your self and protecting your self and especially your children. I initiated the Campaign for Safer Cell phones in 2010 with Dr. Devra Davis. You can see the educational videos I made for teens and young children on cell phone safety, under a grant from the California Endowment on behalf of the International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety by going to:  http://www.environmentalhealthtrust.org/content/videos-change.

Contact California State Legislation next Monday to ask for their vote on AB 932, even if you are not a California resident.

Please pay attention. Details below were developed by Ellie MArks whose husgband Alan has a brain tumor that doctors believe was caused by his long term use of a cell phone. Let me hear from you.

Thank you.

Libby
Elizabeth Kelley
Founder, Electromagnetic Safety Alliance, Inc.
Tucson, Arizona
520 743-0125

Contact the senators below and implore upon them to vote yes on SB 932 (cell phone safety law) EVEN IF YOU DO NOT LIVE IN CALIFORNIA. No need for your address- just fax a short note to them NOW (email ok but less effective). Pass this along to all of your contactsthis may be the most critical health catastrophe we ever face.

We are currently working on legislation in many cities and states and their legislators are anxiously waiting to see what happens in California. Thus, this will affect YOU and your families.

Simply state: Vote yes on sb932 so consumers will be informed, at point of sale, to read the deceptively hidden safe use instructions required by the FCC.

And tell the senators no amount of money is worth exposing your children and grandchildren to excessive cell phone radiation. Thank you.

Some state senators who voted no last year   were top recipients of telecom industry campaign contributions. We cannot allow that to happen again this year. The public should be outraged.

TELL CALIFORNIA SENATORS TO VOTE YES ON SB 932

Please fax a letter to all of the State Senators who voted NO last year on Leno’s previous bill.  This year’s bill is now more globally palatable.  It’s now a simple disclosure requirement at the point of sale stating:

 This device emits radiofrequency energy. Consult the user’s manual for additional information on safe use

Mobile telecom industry has been actively disseminating extremely disingenuous information.  Blackberry, for example, markets their products to users telling them to “keep your friends in your pocket” while in the fine print buried in their user’s manual, users are informed of the vital FCC required safety information:  “keep the phone 0.98 inches away from the body, especially the lower abdomen of teenagers and the abdomen of pregnant women” in order to not exceed the FCC  safety exposure guidelines!

We need 21 Democratic Senators (Republicans vote no automatically unless you can work some magic!) to be accountable with a YES vote.  We especially need to confront the Senators that are listed as being the top recipients of Telecommunications Industry campaign contributions[i] and have them vote yes to enact this into CA Code so the critically needed Right-to-Know SAFE USE INFO is more prominently communicated to users of the devices.

Please FAX your letters demanding a YES vote on SB 932 to all of the Senators in the following Table:

 

CA Democratic Senator  District Office  SB 1212 in 2010 vote TelephoneFax

e-mail

Alex Padilla Van Nuys new  916-651-4020fax- 916-324-6645

senator.Padilla@senate.ca.gov

Roderick Wright Inglewood,  Long Beach NO  916-651-4025fax  916-445-3712

senator.Wright@senate.ca.gov

Curren Price  Los Angeles NO  916-651-4026fax 916-445-8899

senator.Price@senate.ca.gov

Kevin deLeon   Los Angeles NO  916-651-4022fax  916-327-8817

senator.deleon@senate.ca.gov

Christine Kehoe San Diego Abstained at EQ hearing 5/9/11  916-651-4039fax- 916-327-2188

senator.Kehoe@senate.ca.gov

Lou Correa[ii] Santa Ana NO  916 -651-4034fax  714-558-4111

senator.Correa@senate.ca.gov


[i]  according to: Maplight.org “Money and Politics” http://maplight.org/california/interest/C4000 based on contributions for the last four years of available data, Jan 1, 2007 – Dec 31, 2010, including contributions to state-wide campaigns.

[ii] Low eco vote rating Based on  California League of Conservation Voters Environmental scorecard rating http://www.ecovote.org/sites/default/files/clcv-scorecard-2010.pdf

Thank you, Ellie Marks

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Does being in denial serve you best?

embrace or deny; you choose and accept responsibility. no blame game.

  • ask ourselves if being in denial about things that hurt us, protect us?
  • if you know you are allergic to peanuts, do you consume or avoid them?
  • when you see proof that cigarettes kill, do you smoke or quit?
  • you know wireless technology is harming you; do you protect yourself or remain frozen (immovable) in denial, by choice?

We are referencing the plethora of wireless devices, technology, satellites 23,000 miles from the earth creating these high level frequencies far beyond the norms of all living matter.

We are proving DNA changes, harmful effects and fatal results.  How many decades do we jeopardize our children and Grands before the FCC etc protect us?

CSea Perkins

EMFJournal creator / moderator

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‘Smart’ Meters Violate FCC Radiation Exposure Limits Says New Study | Stop Smart Meters!

‘Smart’ Meters Violate FCC Radiation Exposure Limits Says New Study | Stop Smart Meters!.

Huge SHOUT OUT to Joshua in gratitude for all your postings.

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Trade group sues to stop SF from posting cell phone radiation emissions

This is huge; thank you Angela Flynn for bring to our attention.

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Mayor Gavin Newsom’s idea to require stores to post how much radio frequency energy is emitted by cell phones hit a legal snag today.

The industry trade group CTIA — The Wireless Association filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in San Francisco.

The ordinance, “misleads consumers by creating the false impression that the FCC’s standards are insufficient and that some phones are ‘safer’ than others,” the group said in a press release.

The FCC has adopted limits for safe exposure to radiation, which are calculated in terms of a unit called the Specific Absorption Rate that signifies the amount of radio frequency energy a person absorbs into his or her body and brain when talking on a cell phone.

Newsom expected his legislation would be challenged and told the Insider’s Heather Knight in December that “If we prevail, and I believe we will prevail, other cities will follow suit.”

The FCC requires that cell phone manufacturers ensure their phones are at or below a SAR level of 1.6 watts per kilogram of body tissue to be legally sold in this country. Some phones emit as little as 0.2 watts per kilogram.

The ordinance, which was passed by the Board of Supervisors, would make San Francisco the first city in the nation to require cell phone retailers to display the SAR level next to each phone. Retailers would also have to provide information about what SAR values mean.

UPDATE: Newsom said in a statement that he’s “disappointed” with the legal challenge. “This law is not an attack on the wireless industry or their products…This is a modest, common sense measure which merely takes information already made available by these companies and makes it more accessible and easier to find by the point-of-sale consumer.”

Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/cityinsider/detail?entry_id=68570&tsp=1#ixzz0uYVNTaTY

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FCC Raises the Red Flag about Cell Phone Hazards

Grateful to Paul Doyon for posting Dr. Mercola’s installation.  The FCC has allowed all these manufacturers to exceed safe levels; now what?

Posted by Dr. Mercola | April 27 2010 | 21,820 views

On November 5, 2009, the FCC released their Consumer Facts on “Wireless Devices and Health Concerns.” In this document, the FCC recommends precautions for the use of cell phones.

According to the FCC, “Recent reports by some health and safety interest groups have suggested that wireless device use can be linked to cancer and other illnesses. These questions have become more pressing as more and younger people are using the devices, and for longer periods of time.”

They now recommend the following steps:

  • Use an earpiece or headset
  • If possible, keep wireless devices away from your body when they are on, mainly by not attaching them to belts or carrying them in pockets
  • Use the cell phone speaker to reduce exposure to your head
  • Consider texting rather than talking
  • Buy a wireless device with lower Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)

Sources:

FCC November 5, 2009

Dr. Mercola’s Comments:

Public health agencies cannot continue to keep their heads in the sand while millions of people, including children, are unknowingly being exposed to radiation at levels that are putting their health at risk.

Warning Labels Should be Added to All Cell Phones

The issue has been heating up recently, and a bill introduced in Maine, which would make it the first to mandate warning labels on all cell phones, created a flurry of national attention. I suspect and sincerely hope it will not be much longer before cell phones are outed as the cigarettes of the 21st century, and this bill would be a first step toward that.

It calls for the following statement to be prominently placed on every cell phone and all related packaging, on a non-removable label:

“Warning, this device emits electromagnetic radiation, exposure to which may cause brain cancer. Users, especially children and pregnant women, should keep this device away from the head and body.”

In addition, the bill, as currently written, requires the label to include the color graphic showing the electromagnetic absorption of a 5-year old child’s brain, as depicted in a 1996 study published by the IEEE on the effect of cell phone microwave emissions on the neck and head.

Why You Can’t Trust Current FCC Cell Phone Standards

You may find it hard to believe that the FCC would allow cell phones on the market if they were unsafe. Well, the FCC does, in fact, require wireless devices to meet minimum safety guidelines for human use.

Unfortunately, these guidelines are based on exposure limits in terms of Specific Absorption Rate, otherwise known as the SAR value. The SAR value is a measure of the power of the cell phone and its potential for heating tissues.

But simply choosing a phone with a lower SAR value does not at all mean the phone is safe. Camilla Rees, founder of www.Electromagnetichealth.org and co-author with Magda Havas, PhD of Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution, explains:

“It is important consumers realize that the SAR value, while providing information for comparison purposes between phones, is very limited in its usefulness as a measure of ‘safety.’ We are greatly concerned that people may be turning to the EWG database in droves not understanding just how limited a measure the SAR value is.”

Why is the SAR value not an accurate measure of safety?

  1. The SAR value is only comparing the isolated heating effect of different phones and does not give an indication that a cell phone is ‘safe.’
  2. The power, or heating effect, of the phone is only one of many possible factors impacting cell phone ‘safety.’ Exposures to the radiation from the cell phone at non-heating levels have been linked to many serious biological effects, and the SAR value is not capturing anything about these harmful non-thermal exposures.
  3. SAR values are reported to the FCC by the manufacturer and have been known to vary from the reported number by a factor of two across models of the same phone.
  4. The SAR value varies with the source of exposure and the person using the phone. For example, if you are in a rural area or in an elevator or a car, where the cell phone uses more power, your brain will get a greater exposure from the higher power required in these instances. Under certain conditions, the SAR value can be 10-100 times higher than reported.
  5. Holding the phone in a slightly different way can actually render the worst SAR value phone better than the best SAR value phone.
  6. SAR values have been created based on simulations of exposure in a plexiglass head filled with fluid, not a human head, and many scientists consider them to be inaccurate and irrelevant at determining actual biological effects.

One of the worst deficiencies of the SAR value is that it only considers the thermal impact of cell phone usage, and it is very likely that the non-thermal effects of chronic cell phone exposure are more biologically damaging.

Even the FCC acknowledged this concern in their FCC Consumer Facts:

“Some experts think that low frequency magnetic fields rather than RF energy measured by the SAR possibly are responsible for any potential risk associated with wireless devices.”

Have You Heard? Cell Phones are Dangerous …

In case you haven’t yet heard, there’s a reason why the FCC finally issued cell phone “precautions” despite the industry’s assurances to the contrary.

For starters, the 2009 special EMF issue of the Journal of Pathophysiology contains over a dozen different studies on the health effects of electromagnetic fields and wireless technology

In addition, a review of 11 long-term epidemiologic studies published in the journal Surgical Neurology revealed that using a cell phone for 10 or more years approximately doubles the risk of being diagnosed with a brain tumor on the same side of the head where the cell phone is typically held.

You should also know that:

  • A study by Dr. Siegal Sadetzki linked cell phone use to salivary gland tumors
  • Wearing a cell phone on your hip — either on your belt or in a pocket — has been linked to decreased bone density in the pelvic region. (All the other vital organs located in your pelvic region — your liver, kidney, bladder, colon and reproductive organs — are also susceptible to radiation damage).
  • Proximity to cell phone towers causes an increase in the symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity, including fatigue, sleep disturbances, visual and auditory disturbances, and cardiovascular effects
  • The BioInitiative Report includes studies showing evidence for:
    • Effects on Gene and Protein Expression (Transcriptomic and Proteomic Research)
    • Genotoxic Effects – RFR and ELF DNA Damage
    • Stress Response (Stress Proteins)
    • Effects on Immune Function
    • Effects on Neurology and Behavior
    • Brain Tumors, Acoustic Neuromas, and childhood cancers like leukemia
    • And much more

I’ve barely scratched the surface with the examples I listed above. There are many, many more out there, and if you’re interested to learn more the Web site ElectromagneticHealth.org offers 10 free eye-opening audio interviews with some of the world’s leading experts in the field of EMF.

What Can You do to Stay Safe?

I urge you to take action now to protect yourself and your family from the dangerous effects of cell phones and other wireless devices. Please do not wait for the FCC to make a more serious warning or ban the phones altogether.

I believe this issue is so important I’ve created an entire web site dedicated to EMF education and information. Feel free to bookmark EMF.mercola.com and check back on occasion for the latest news and updates.

If you are not ready to give up your cell phone just yet, at the very least don’t let your young children use one, and avoid cell phone exposure while pregnant or carrying your infant. Children are FAR more susceptible to harm from microwave radiation than adults.

Further, you can at least minimize exposure by heeding the following advice:

  • Reduce your cell phone use: Turn your cell phone off more often. Reserve it for emergencies or important matters. As long as your cell phone is on, it emits radiation intermittently, even when you are not actually making a call.
  • Use a land line at home and at work: Although more and more people are switching to using cell phones as their exclusive phone contact, it is a dangerous trend and you can choose to opt out of the madness.
  • Reduce or eliminate your use of other wireless devices: You would be wise to cut down your use of these devices. Just as with cell phones, it is important to ask yourself whether or not you really need to use them every single time.
  • If you must use a portable home phone, use the older kind that operates at 900 MHz. They are no safer during calls, but at least many of them do not broadcast constantly even when no call is being made.

Note the only way to truly be sure if there is an exposure from your cordless phone is to measure with an electrosmog meter, and it must be one that goes up to the frequency of your portable phone (so old meters will not be of much use). You can find meters at www.emfsafetystore.com.

As a general rule of thumb, you can pretty much be sure your portable phone is a problem if the technology is DECT, or digitally enhanced cordless technology.

  • Use your cell phone only where reception is good: The weaker the reception, the more power your phone must use to transmit, and the more power it uses, the more radiation it emits, and the deeper the dangerous radio waves penetrate into your body. Ideally, you should only use your phone with full bars and good reception.
  • Don’t assume one cell phone is safer than another: Please understand that despite assurances, there’s still no such thing as a “safe” cell phone.
  • Keep your cell phone away from your body when it’s on: The most dangerous place to be, in terms of radiation exposure, is within about six inches of the emitting antenna. You do not want any part of your body within that area (so do not carry your cell phone on your belt, either).
  • Use safer headset technology: Wired headsets will certainly allow you to keep the cell phone farther away from your body. However, if a wired headset is not well-shielded — and most of them are not — the wire itself acts as an antenna attracting ambient information carrying radio waves and transmitting radiation directly to your brain.

Make sure that the wire used to transmit the signal to your ear is shielded.

The best kind of headset to use is a combination shielded wire and air-tube headset. These operate like a stethoscope, transmitting the information to your head as an actual sound wave; although there are wires that still must be shielded, there is no wire that goes all the way up to your head.

Related Links:

The Big “Hidden Cell Phone Lie” Companies Will Never Admit

New Law May Slow Cell Phone Cancer Epidemic

Cell Phones are the Cigarettes of the 21st Century

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Key resources and sounds of EMF

Source: As noted in the tags when published earlier, but finally getting time to devote gratitude and elaborate on the author.

This contributor is t.unrelated@googlemail.com.  We know him as Tom Unrelated but read all of his updates  We desire to pass on his education to as large an audience as possible; we respectfully request you share with those you care about as well.

This gentleman is a continual source of  information posted in this blog.  His exhaustive work on collecting, formatting, giving extremely easy access to thousands of hours of collective research.

Eternally grateful, as we hope you readers are, for the education provided in the Yahoo, Google, Facebook and WWW.  If there are other authors, we are proud to share your hard work in honor of saving lives.  Awareness + Acceptance = Action.

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EMF Sounds

Each electromagnetic source has it’s own characteristic sound, which is demodulated by broadband-meters to allow evaluating the source from the sound. Although GSM-900 and GSM-1800 can’t be differentiated by their sound as it is the same. Other sources are easily detectable, here are a couple of examples. If you’d like to listen to some other source, please contact us.

Use the embedded Player Embedded MP3 Player to listen or download the file (right click the download button below the embedded Player, chose “Save Link/Target as…”

Name Sound
HAARP High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program Download/Telecharge File
TETRA TErrestrial Trunked Radio (government agencies, emergency services, (Police, Fire Departments, Ambulance), rail transportation staff, transport services and Military. TETRA BasestationDownload/Telecharge File
GSM 2. Generation Mobile Phone GSM Mobile PhoneDownload/Telecharge File
GSM 2. Generation Mobile Phone Base Station Transmitter (BST) GSM BasestationDownload/Telecharge File
DECT Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (Common technology wireless phones at home use, max. 400 meter distance) DECT Base FarDownload/Telecharge File

DECT Base Near

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UMTS (3G) Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (3. Generation), Base Station (Node-B) UMTS (3G) BasestationDownload/Telecharge File
WLAN/WiFi Wireless Local Area Network/Wireless Fidelity (Wireless computer network for short distance (max. 100 meters), such as Internet Connection at home) WLAN/WiFi Router Stand-ByDownload/Telecharge File
Bluetooth Proprietary open wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances using microwaves. Bluetooth StandbyDownload/Telecharge File

Bluetooth Working

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WiMAX Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (wireless computer network for medium distance up to a few/couple kilometer/miles) Download/Telecharge File

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FCC Wireless Devices and Health Concerns

On November 5, 2009, the FCC released their Consumer Facts on “Wireless Devices and Health Concerns” (http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/mobilephone.html)

In this document, under “Recent Developments” the FCC recommends precaution for the use of cell phones as listed below. It is clear that the September 2009 Senate Hearings had an influence.  Unfortunately this received no publicity that I am aware of and it should be front page news across the country.

Please forward this to interested parties and congratulations to those who participated at the Senate Hearing on Cell Phones last September. See http://YouTube.com/cseaperkins for full video.

-magda

Wireless Devices and Health Concerns FCC
Consumer Facts

Current Exposure Limits

Since 1996, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has required that all wireless communications devices sold in the United States meet minimum guidelines for safe human exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy. The FCC relies on the expertise of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other federal health, safety and environmental agencies to help determine safe levels for human exposure to RF energy.

In adopting its guidelines for RF exposure, the FCC considered opinions from these agencies as well as limits recommended by two non-profit, expert organizations, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), and the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).

The FCC’s guidelines specify exposure limits for hand-held wireless devices in terms of the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR is a measure of the rate that RF energy is absorbed by the body. For exposure to RF energy from wireless devices, the allowable FCC SAR limit is 1.6 watts per kilogram (W/kg), as averaged over one gram of tissue.

The FCC approves all wireless devices sold in the US. If the FCC determines that exposure from an approved wireless device exceeds its guidelines, it can withdraw its approval. In addition, if the FDA determines that RF exposure from a device is hazardous, it can require the manufacturer of the device to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace, or recall the device.

Several US government agencies and international organizations work cooperatively to monitor the health effects of RF exposure. According to the FDA, to date the weight of scientific evidence has not linked exposure to radio frequency energy from mobile devices with any health problems.


Recent Developments

Recent reports by some health and safety interest groups have suggested that wireless device use can be linked to cancer and other illnesses. These questions have become more pressing as more and younger people are using the devices, and for longer periods of time. No scientific evidence currently establishes a definite link between wireless device use and cancer or other illnesses, but almost all parties debating the risks of using wireless devices agree that more and longer-term studies are needed. After listening to several expert witnesses, a United States Senate committee recently came to this same conclusion.

What You Can Do

Even though no scientific evidence currently establishes a definite link between wireless device use and cancer or other illnesses, some parties recommend taking the precautions listed below. When considering these precautions, remember that your wireless device only emits RF energy when you are using it and that the closer the device is to you, the more energy you will absorb. Also, some parties assert that any potential health risks are probably greater for children than for adults. Finally, some experts think that low frequency magnetic fields rather than RF energy measured by the SAR possibly are responsible for any potential risk associated with wireless devices. The precautions are:

  • Use an earpiece or headset. While wired earpieces may conduct some energy to the head and wireless earpieces also emit a small amount of RF energy, both wired and wireless earpieces remove the greatest source of RF energy from proximity to the head and thus can greatly reduce total exposure to the head. Avoid continually wearing a wireless earpiece when not in use.
  • If possible, keep wireless devices away from your body when they are on, mainly by not attaching them to belts or carrying them in pockets.
  • Use the cell phone speaker to reduce exposure to the head.
  • Consider texting rather than talking, but don’t text while you are driving.
  • Buy a wireless device with lower SAR. The FCC does not require manufacturers to disclose the RF exposure from their devices. Many manufacturers, however, voluntarily provide SAR  values. You can find links to manufacturer Web sites providing these SAR values on the FCC’s Web site at www.fcc.gov/cgb/sar. Note that the variation in SAR from one mobile device to the next is relatively small compared to the reduction that can be achieved by using an earpiece or headset.

Other Risks

Some studies have shown that wireless devices might interfere with implanted cardiac pacemakers if used within eight inches of the pacemaker. Pacemaker users may want to avoid placing or using a wireless device this close to their pacemaker.

For More Information

For information about other communications issues, visit the FCC’s Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau Web site at www.fcc.gov/cgb, or contact the FCC’s Consumer Center by e-mailing fccinfo@fcc.gov; calling 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322) voice or 1-888-TELL-FCC (1-888-835-5322) TTY; faxing 1-866-418-0232; or writing to:

Federal Communications Commission
Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau
Consumer Inquiries and Complaints Division
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, D.C. 20554.

For this or any other consumer publication in an accessible format (electronic ASCII text, Braille, large print, or audio) please write or call us at the address or phone number below, or send an e-mail to FCC504@fcc.gov.

To receive information on this and other FCC consumer topics through the Commission’s electronic subscriber service, visit www.fcc.gov/cgb/contacts/.

This document is for consumer education purposes only and is not intended to affect any proceedings or cases involving this subject matter or related issues.

Federal Communications Commission · Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau · 445 12th St. S.W. ·Washington, DC 20554
1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322)  · TTY: 1-888-TELL-FCC (1-888-835-5322)  · Fax: 1-866-418-0232 · www.fcc.gov/cgb/

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