California: Parents Demand Removal of Cell Tower at Elementary School After 4th Child Is Diagnosed with Cancer

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San Joaquin County, California: Parents are demanding a cell tower at their children’s elementary school of 400 students in be removed after four students and three teachers were reportedly diagnosed with cancer. Eric Windheim, an electromagnetic radiation specialist, says that the cell tower is a 4G WiMAX system that is many times stronger than a regular tower that covers 300 yards while WiMAX is able to cover 30 miles. The school district is refusing to remove it.

Parents are demanding a cell tower at their children’s elementary school in San Joaquin County, California be removed after four students and three teachers were reportedly diagnosed with cancer.

From CBS Sacramento:

A fourth child has been diagnosed with cancer at a San Joaquin County elementary school, and parents believe it’s because of radiation caused by a cell phone tower.

[…] “We had a doctor tell us that it’s 100 percent environmental, the kind of tumor that he has,” said Monica Ferrulli.

Her son Mason was the second child to be diagnosed with cancer in just three years at Weston Elementary. He was 10-years-old and walked by this cell phone tower daily.

“People who want the tower removed say four students and three teachers at Weston have been stricken with cancer,” The Modesto Bee reports. “The kindergarten-through-eighth-grade school on Stanley Drive has 400 students.”

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Gilchrist
1 year ago

I spent 6 years researching this kind of low level radio frequency radiation and there is no doubt that it breaks down dna which IS the first step of cancer. The science (mostly out of Europe and Russia) has PROVEN long ago that cell towers, cell phones, wifi, smart meters, etc. etc. affects us biologically and causes cancer. Parents shouldn’t be asking anymore if school and gov’t refuses to act. They need to remove the pole themselves or remove their children from that school. When gov’t stops acting in our best interest, its time for us to remove them from… Read more »

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[…] Eric Windheim, an electromagnetic radiation specialist, says that the cell tower is a 4G WiMAX system that is many times stronger than a regular tower that covers 300 yards, while WiMAX is able to cover 30 miles. The school district is refusing to remove it. (Source: Need to Know News) […]