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by Richard G. Stevens,Bary W. Wilson,Larry E. Anderson
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  • Author:
    Richard G. Stevens,Bary W. Wilson,Larry E. Anderson
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    1574770209
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    978-1574770209
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In 1987, Stevens presented a hypothesis that use of electric power may increase the risk of breast cancer .

In 1987, Stevens presented a hypothesis that use of electric power may increase the risk of breast cancer (Stephens, 1987)  . This prompted us to carry out a series of experiments designed expressly to test the melatonin hypothesis of MF-promoted breast cancer development and growth in female rats (c. Löscher and Mevissen, 1997). Breast Cancer Mammary Tumor Tumor Incidence Magnetic Field Exposure Breast Stem Cell. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.

This electric power/breast cancer hypothesis, also known as the melatonin hypothesis has attracted a great deal of. .Stevens RG (1993) Biologically based epidemiological studies of electric power and cancer. Environment Health Perspect Suppl 4: 93–100Google Scholar.

This electric power/breast cancer hypothesis, also known as the melatonin hypothesis has attracted a great deal of interest, in part because it is a plausible explanation for the increased tumor growth upon 50-Hz magnetic field (MF) exposure previously seen by two independent groups in chemical models of breast cancer in rats. Thomas DB (1993) Breast cancer in man.

cle{osti 6784994, title {Electric power use and breast cancer: a hyptothesis}, author {Stevens, . abstractNote {It is the purpose of this paper to present the hypothesis that use of electric power may increase risk of breast cancer. The hypothesis is based on experimental evidence that shows an effect of light and extremely low frequency electric and/or magnetic (ELF) fields on pineal melatonin production, and on the relationship of melatonin to mammary carcinogenesis. A brief discussion of the epidemiology of breast cancer will be followed by a description of the experimental.

Electric power, pineal function, and the risk of breast cancer. RG Stevens, S Davis, DB Thomas, LE Anderson, BW Wilson. The FASEB Journal 6 (3), 853-860, 1992. BW Wilson, E Heister, FL Greitzer. US Patent 6,662,091, 2003. RG Stevens, BW Wilson, LE Anderson. A gas chromatography-mass spectrometry method for the quantitative analysis of melatonin in plasma and cerebrospinal fluid. BW Wilson, W Snedden, RE Silman, I Smith, P Mullen. Analytical biochemistry 81 (2), 283-291, 1977.

Stevens RG1, Davis . Breast cancer is a disease of modern life. One important hallmark of modern life is the pervasive use of electric power.

Stevens RG1, Davis S. Author information. Electric power produces light at night (LAN) and electric and magnetic fields (EMF), either or both of which may alter pineal function and its primary hormone melatonin, thereby, perhaps increasing the risk of breast cancer. This hypothesis, stated a decade ago, is now receiving considerable experimental and epidemiological attention.

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...this book explains the science behind why there is an increase in cancer rates in the developed world. Our politicians may try to ignore science, but any reader can be informed about the inherent dangers of our civilized society. This book reports important findings that could save lives.
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This book provides an insightful, balanced perspective on an important area of human health and well being: circadian rhythms. If these rhythms are disrupted by certain aspects of modern life, ill-health may result. In particular, such disruption may be a contributing factor in the rise risk of breast cancer in modern societies. The editors of htis book are obviously intelligent, good-looking, and above average in character.