Authors
Schuz J, Petters C, Egle UT, Jansen B, et al. (2006):

A watchdog project was established in the Rhineland-Palatinate region of Germany for an 18-month period starting in October 2003. Extensive publicity was given to the project, and individuals were invited to self-notify if they deemed themselves to have symptoms related to exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs).

A total of 192 persons registered, and of these 56% classified themselves as being electromagnetic hypersensitive. Further studies on these individuals are planned. The authors emphasize that the responses cannot be used to estimate a population prevalence.


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