Christine Hoch raises awareness about the health effects of wireless technology

Dr. Robin Falkov interviews Christine Hoch, the Founder and Executive Director of the Center for Safer Wireless, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Gainesville, VA.

Prior to forming CSW, Christine was employed as Vice President of Finance at the National Center for Family Philanthropy and worked for the National Safety Council’s Environmental Health Center. She also served as Executive Director of the Autism Society of Northern Virginia and co-founded the Walk for Autism–Virginia.

Please mark your calendars and attend CSW’s “Wireless Safety Summit” scheduled on Oct. 5-6, 2011 in Washington, D.C. Full information, including registration info, are included in the link below:

Capitol Hill United Methodist Church
Washington, DC
October 5-6, 2011

This 2-day Summit at Capitol Hill United Methodist Church in Washington DC and hosted by the Center for Safer Wireless will focus on updates in wireless safety research and developments, educating lawmakers on our concerns, and working together to protect those most vulnerable to microwave radiation.

The Wireless Safety Summit is sponsored by the following organizations:

American Association for Cell Phone Safety
American Coalition Against Smart Meters
Arizonans for Safer Utility Infrastructure
California Brain Tumor Association
Campaign for Radiation Free Schools
Center for Electrosmog Prevention
Citizens Against Unsafe Emissions, Victoria
Citizens for Safe Technology Society
Doctors for Safe Schools
Ecological Options Network
Electromagnetic Safety Alliance
EMF Safety Network
Maryland Residents Against Smart Meters
Moms of Merrick
Naperville Smart Meter Awareness
Re shelter
Smart Meter Safety Coalition
Stop Smart Meters!
Santa Fe Doctors W.A.R.N.
(Wireless and Radiation Network)
The Galileo Project
The People’s Initiative Foundation
Wireless Radiation Safety Council

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  1. Full Signal
    Genre: Documentary | Run Time: 61 minutes | Release: June 2010

    Since 1997 and the onset of GSM telephony, more and more cellular antennas have been popping up in neighborhoods all around the world to support an ever-growing number of cell phone users.

    In fact they have become so prolific in some parts of the world that they disappear into the landscape with the same subtlety as cars on the street. And those that don’t ‘disappear’ are cleverly disguised as chimneys, flagpoles, or water towers.

    Full Signal talks to scientists around the world who are researching the health effects related to cellular technology; to veteran journalists who have called attention to the issue for decades; to activists who are fighting to regulate the placement of antennas; and to lawyers and law makers who represent the people wanting those antennas regulated.

    Filmed in Ten countries and Six US states, Full Signal examines the contradiction between health and finance, one of the many ironies of the fight to regulate antenna placement.

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