Cell phone tower shut down at elementary school… kids are diagnosed with cancer…
A controversial cell phone tower near a school in Ripon, California has been shut down amid reports of four students and three teachers children being diagnosed with cancer.
According to news reports, Sprint – which owns the tower – shut down the tower even though the company says radio frequencies emitted were 100 times below the federal limit.
The patients diagnosed with cancer have come down with different forms of the disease since 2016, including lymphoma, liver, brain, and kidney cancer.
Monica Ferrulli, the mother of a child diagnosed with brain cancer in 2016, has been among those fighting a legal battle for two years in an attempt to get the cell phone tower taken down.
We’re not naive to the fact that there could be other components out there – other environmental influences… but the bottom line that we feel in regards to this tower is it doesn’t belong there… if there’s any indications that its unsafe, she told reporters.
A petition at change.org asking to remove cell phone towers from school property has received several hundred signatures.
(The Daily Mail)
- The affected students at Weston Elementary School in Ripon are all under the age of 10
- They each have different types of cancer: brain, kidney, liver and lymphoma
- There is scant evidence that cell phone towers pose a real risk to humans
- But even skeptics say the number of cases in this cluster is unusual
- Sprint, which owns the tower, has shut it down despite insisting the radio frequency levels are 100 times below the federal limit
- A private investigator for the patients’ moms found the levels were higher than reported
(TLB) compiled and published this report from ZeroHedge and The Daily Mail.
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