ICNIRP wertet NTP- und Ramazzini-Studie ab (II) (Allgemein)

H. Lamarr @, München, Dienstag, 04.09.2018, 11:04 (vor 443 Tagen) @ H. Lamarr

Im Zuge der Novellierung der EMF-Immissionsrichtlinien hat sich ICNIRP auch mit der NTP- und der Ramazzini-Studie (nicht zu verwechseln mit dem Kräuterlikör Ramazzotti) beschäftigt.

In einem 8-seitigen Kommentar (Note) zu den NTP/Ramazzini-Studien begründet ICNIRP jetzt deutlich ausführlicher, warum die beiden Studien für die Revision der ICNIRP-Expositionsrichtlinien keine verlässliche Entscheidungsbasis bieten. Hier die Zusammenfassung aus dem Dokument:

Although the NTP (2018a, b) and Falcioni et al. (2018) studies used large numbers of animals, best laboratory practice, and exposed animals for the whole of their lives, consideration of their findings does not provide evidence that radiofrequency EMF is carcinogenic. NTP reported that their strongest findings were of increased malignant cardiac schwannoma in male rats, however that is not consistent with the results of Falcioni et al. (2018), is not consistent with the NTP female rat nor male or female mouse results, and is not consistent with the radiofrequency EMF cancer literature more generally. While results from epidemiological studies suggest vestibular schwannoma is an outcome of interest, this is not true for malignant cardiac schwannoma. NTP found no increase in schwannoma overall or for vestibular schwannoma. Further, as multiple comparisons were not controlled for in the NTP study, there is no indication that the increased incidence of malignant cardiac schwannomas in male rats was more than what would be expected by chance alone. ICNIRP considers that the NTP (2018a, b) and
Falcioni et al. (2018) studies do not provide a consistent, reliable and generalizable body of evidence that can be used as a basis for revising current human exposure guidelines. Further research is required that addresses the above limitations.

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