The Electromagnetic Age – A Sleeping Giant

Original Post Date: March 19, 2015

Dr. Malcom Paterson

World-Renowned Researcher to Present on Wireless/EMF

“Living in the Electromagnetic Age” will take place at the Seniors’ Fifth Avenue Activity Centre on Saturday, March 21st from 12:30 to 5 p.m. Cost is a suggested $5 “ticket” at the door. Students and teens, among those most at-risk from EMR, will be admitted free of charge.

Citizens for Safe Technology (CST) is thrilled to present oncology researcher and DNA scientist Dr. Malcolm Paterson who will speak on the (statistically-supported) health-related risks of EMF from cell tower antennae, Smart Meters, cell phones, and other components of the wireless grid.

Malcolm Paterson spent his entire forty-year career in cancer research. He is a graduate of Royal Military College (B.Sc.), Queen’s University [M.Sc. (Biology)], and the University of Tennessee [Ph.D. (Biomedical Sciences)]. His venerable positions at hospitals and medical research centres are too many to enumerate here. However, at the Cross Cancer Institute (CCI) in Edmonton from 1985 to 1996 he served as inaugural Director of the Molecular Oncology Program with several cross-appointments to the University of Alberta as Professor of Biochemistry, Oncology, Pediatrics and Genetics. At CCI, his research explored the genetic susceptibilities to breast cancer. His collaboration with Dennis Slamon at UCLA contributed to the development of Herceptin as an immune therapy for breast cancer. Among his many honours for research is the Research Award (Radiation Research Society).

Dr. Paterson has authored 168 scientific articles and spoken at 120 meetings for scientists. He has also delivered over 200 lectures at medical centres and universities in eighteen countries.

Doctor Ross Andersen, DC, ND, and Environmental Consultant (EMR and R/F) will also speak, and demonstrate how to best protect yourself and your family from radiation effects from wireless emissions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about EMF and its effects.