Tetra phone masts: Profiteering from public health risk

Dr Gerard Hyland has studied the effects of microwave radiation on living organisms since 1985. TETRA is a mobile microwave communication technology intended for use by the emergency services. Its use by the British police has already led to officer deaths and to the serious illness of hundreds of officers. The Home Office has been criticised by the National Audit Committee and by the European Parliament, for insisting on the exclusive use of Tetra by the police force, and is planning to set up 3200 of them despite adverse effect to the local population and to officers.
Dr Hyland is Honorary Fellow of the University of Warwick, and Exectutive Member of the International Institute of Biophysics in Germany. He is also a Trustee of UK EM (Electromagnetic) Radiation Trust.