Expert Letters Compilations

Expert physicians and scientists have written to cities, schools, legislators and governments, educating them on the harms from wireless radiation. For other letters and videos see Physicians Speak. 

Wi Fi in Schools Letter Compilation– In addition a google drive of letters was complied in 2016 and  can be accessed here

Letters Individual

Physicians For Safe Technology Letter to Governor Brown regarding SB649 after it passed both the Senate and Assembly. Sept 19, 2017.Physicians for Safe Technology Letter  to Governor Brown PDF9:19:17

Dr. Beatrice Golomb, UCSD Professor of Medicine,writes to the California Legislature to oppose SB649 to fast track placement of small cell antennas throughout neighborhoods. August 2017.   Golomb SB649 Letter of opposition  8-22-2017

Physician Letter to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Joint Committee on Education, in testimony in support of Massachusetts bills H.2030 An Act relative to best management practices for wireless in schools and public institutions of higher education   and  S.2079 An Act reducing non-ionizing radiation exposure in schools.The physician discusses her children’s sensitivity to the wireless networks in school.  Testimony H.2030 and S.2079 MD Education Testimony

Dr. Martin Pall, Letter Opposing SB649 and includes 134 references on non-thermal effects of  radio frequency radiation from wireless devices and infrastructure. August 2017.  134 References on Non-Thermal Effects of Wireless Radiation

Dr. Martha Herbert, Harvard pediatric neurologist and neuroscientist to Los Angeles Unified School District regarding placement of Wi-Fi networks in schools.  Feb 8, 2013. Dr. Herbert Letter

American Academy of Pediatrics Letter to Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding “Reassessment of Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields Limits and Policies” .  August 29, 2013, urging the FCC to adopt radiation standards that 1) protect children’s health and well-being from radiation emitted by cell phones and other wireless devices; 2) reflect how people actually use their cell phones; and 3) provide sufficient information that enables consumers to make informed decisions when they purchase mobile phones.   AAP Letter Reevaluation Safety Standards EMR

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Janet Newman on clarification of adequacy of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) radio frequency guidelines for non-thermal and long term health effects. 2002.  EPA letter 2002 http://www.humboldtgov.org/DocumentCenter/View/2858