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Children’s Exposure Guidelines to EMF Radiofrequencies Updated by ANSES

by Catherine J. Frompovich, Activist Post:

In France, there’s a governmental agency called ANSES that deals with health issues, e.g., food, environmental and occupational health safety, established July 1, 2010, incorporating and/or taking over two previous government agencies: the French Food Safety Agency (AFSSA) and the French Agency for Environmental and Occupational Health Safety (AFSSET).  ANSES is the acronym for Administración Nacional de la Seguridad Social in the French language.

ANSES is an international player, which participates in European and international organizations projects plus the development of scientific cooperation with key partners abroad. [1]

Besides its assessment of risks to human health from food and animal consumption, ANSES also is tasked with assessing medicinal products for human and veterinary use coordinated by the European Medicines Agency, which published a questionable assessment report in November 2015 [2] regarding the adverse health events surrounding the HPV vaccines, which The Nordic Cochrane Centre challenged.

Rather recently (July 2016), ANSES issued the report “Exposure of children to radiofrequencies: a call for moderate and supervised use of wireless technologies,” which seems to be an update attempt on previous similar reports issued in 2013 and 2009 referenced here.

In reading the 2016 update, there doesn’t seem to be much of anything new added, in my opinion, and seemingly ANSES steers away from the WHO’s IARC’s classification of EMFs as a class 2B carcinogen.

In the 2013 update, ANSES wrote:

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