Criteria for the assessment of the EMF literature

  • Michael H. Repacholi
  • Masao Taki
Part of the Telecommunications Technology & Applications Series book series (TTAP)


In a field where a large number of biological effects have been reported and not replicated, it is extremely important that studies reporting effects that could impact on human health, meet certain criteria before they are be added to the database of established effects. This paper provides some of the essential criteria necessary for the development of such a scientific database which can be used to derive health risk assessments.


Biological System Risk Ratio Health Risk Assessment Scientific Database Control Laboratory Condition 
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  • Michael H. Repacholi
  • Masao Taki

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