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11931-32 (2003) Raweewan Hoontrakoon MD is a pediatrician
and allergist who completed a residency at the Mayo Clinic
and completed a fellowship in allergies and immunology at
the National Jewish Research Center in Denver. Dr. Hoontrakoon
was principal investigator on the thimerosal-free vaccination
trials dealing with autism causation in children. Dr. Hoontrakoon
states that in America risk-benefit analysis for public health
allows no risk to innocent children when an alternative is
11658-59 (2003) Ross Wilkins, MD is an orthopedic oncologist
and past-president of the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society. His
testimony challenges the assumption of no harm from non-thermal
6058-60 (1999) John Witwer, MD is a practicing physician
at Lutheran Medical Center serving as chairman of the Department
of Radiology, member of the board of directors, and president
of the medical staff. Dr. Witwer is also State Representative
in the Colorado legislature for the Lookout Mountain community.
He urges the county commission to allow no increase in the
RF environment on Lookout Mountain.
(1999) George Pardos, MD ophthalmologist, addressed his testimony
to the 1992 Kues study on increased sensitivity of the primate
eye to RF radiation when treated with a common glaucoma medication.
His testimony includes a PowerPoint
6100-08 (1999) John Reif, PhD is Professor and Chairman
of the Department of Environmental Health, Colorado State
University. He is a former member of the Colorado Board of
Health and former President of the Larimer County Board of
Health. He has been awarded two grants for studies on the
health effects of electromagnetic fields from the Department
of Energy and the National Institutes of Health. His testimony
addresses his own research on melatonin suppression following
exposure to 60 Hertz electromagnetic fields and how it relates
to RF radiation exposure research. His testimony includes
a PowerPoint presentation.
11820-11821 (2003) Jim Maller, PhD professor of pharmacology
at Colorado University Medical School and investigator at
the Howard Hughes Medical Institute has published numerous
papers on the cell cycle in cancer biology. He testifies in
opposition to the super-tower proposal based on his knowledge
and research in molecular biology.
6270-6274 (1999) Rommel Noufi PhD in physics and chemistry,
is a scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
in Golden, CO. He asserts that exposure standards become stricter
with time as more is learned about biologic interactions and
that there is no acceptable level of risk when it comes to
6172-76 (1999) Shirley Olinger nuclear engineer, testifies
on the differences between Soviet/Russian and US radiation
exposure standards and points out that US standards are less
protective. She urges a prudent avoidance approach to RF safety.
11866-67 (2003) Penny Clarke is an electrobiologist and
health physician and Assistant Professor at the University
of Colorado working on human trials in the treatment of brain
cancer. She calls attention to R
3837, the exhibit letter submitted by University of Colorado
Health Sciences Center Department of Radiation Oncology cancer
experts who oppose the new tower. She asserts that the county
commission would take the advice and expertise of these experts
is seeking cancer treatment, therefore, their advice on preventing
harm should also be heeded.
(2003) Murray Wynes, PhD in immunology from Colorado University,
lives 7,500 feet away in a direct line from the current towers.
His testimony points out that physicians such as Dr. Frankel
and Dr. Kelley would not put their reputations on the line
in sworn testimony unless there is a valid health concern.
11898-99 (2003) Hugh McIsaac, PhD in biology, teaches
at the University of Denver lives near Shelton Elementary
School. He opposes the tower proposal based on the testimony
of members of the medical community pointing to increased
(1999) Eddie Alianiello is a researcher at Colorado University
Medical Center and a Lookout Mountain resident. He presents
a sketch of an informal analysis he did of the radiation exposure
to the various census blocks in the Department of Health cancer
inventory. His conclusion is that Lookout Mountain’s
cancer rate in that inventory has been underestimated.
6251-52 (1999) Donald Patton works for the US EPA’s
National Enforcement Investigation Center. His testimony supports
those who oppose the super-tower proposal.
6150-57 (1999) Donald D’Antuno is a Lookout Mountain
resident. His testimony addresses the RF interference problems
with hearing aids, pacemakers, and electronic wheelchairs
in the Lookout Mountain area as well as with businesses, residences
and the Colorado School of Mines.
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