The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) 2020 report “Wireless technology health risks report; Senate Bill 283” would not pass peer review as it does not provide a comprehensive or systematic review of the relevant literature and accordingly does not comply with SB 283 (2019) which called for an investigation into the health effects of exposure to wireless radio frequency radiation to children, especially in the school setting, using independently funded peer reviewed scientific studies. 

See a detailed rebuttal to the Oregon Report here.

Oregon Report on Wireless

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