Effect of Microwaves on the Immune System.
GEORGETOWN UNIV WASHINGTON DC LOMBARDI CANCER CENTER
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The threshold level of absorbed energy required to trigger the inductive events was determined. It was found that a minimum of a single 15 minute exposure 0.6 W, 11.8 Wkg, 10.6 Jg or a single 30 minute exposure 0.3 W, 5.0 Wkg, 9.07 Jg induced a significant increase of CR cells on day three which peaked on day six. It was also found that once the critical threshold level of absorbed energy was obtained, the induced response was maximum. In evaluating the effect of subthreshold doses it was found that the absorption of multiple subthreshold quantities of microwave energies was cumulative, inducing and increase in CR cells, providing the exposures occurred within one hour of one another.