Incorrect information about wireless phones and the risk for brain tumours in a Swedish newspaper

The well known Swedish daily newspaper, Svenska Dagbladet, has published an article that does not give correct information on the risk for brain tumours from use of wireless phones. The newspaper has refused to publish our rebuttal. It is now published in the medical journal, Medicinsk Access (only in Swedish).

6 thoughts on “Incorrect information about wireless phones and the risk for brain tumours in a Swedish newspaper

  1. Hi Don

    Pehaps you would be interested to know that the writer, who has a position at the Karolinska Institute, but does not seem to be there very much, is highly marketed as a person in Swedish MSM. I am convinced she is a PR-product. She is hyped as a scientific writer because she is the channel to spread the truths that the PR-firm behind her wants to spread for its clients.

    Do not miss to look at her picture at her twitter account. Serious?

    Also on jan. 8 2019 the Swedish fake news newspaper Dagens Nyheter that like Svenska Dagbladet is promoting this writer Emma Frans, had yet another “interview” with her: headline: “Many people do want to be fooled”……Why would two competiting papers and the Swedish Television promote the same writer if it was not her being a PR-product, just like any PR-paid for article?

    She is promoted to be the truth ministry in Orwells 1984.

    Kind regards

    Mona

    From: Don Maisch [mailto:dmaisch@emfacts.com] Sent: den 26 januari 2019 22:54 To: Lennart Hardell’s blog; lennart Hardell Cc: mona Nilsson Subject: Re: [New post] Incorrect information about wireless phones and the risk for brain tumours in a Swedish newspaper

    Hi Lennart

    I have managed access the article and will blog it in English on my site very soon.

    Don Maisch

    Reply

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