As a concerned physician, I have researched electro-pollution and its effects since cell phones were first introduced. I commend Carleigh for her courage and diligence in writing this long awaited, much needed and well documented expose about the hazards that non-ionizing microwave radiation pose to livings systems. She also makes us aware of the cover-ups that have facilitated the rapid expansion of the wireless industry and the lack of regulation based on human health and safety. --Carla A. Visha, M.D.
About the Author
Carleigh Cooper began researching the effects of wireless radiation on the human body in 2001, when over 35 different doctors and specialists were unable to determine the cause of her late husband’s illness. For 16 years he built the power microwave amplifiers for cell tower base stations; during that time he developed numerous, seemingly unrelated symptoms which after a decade led to a diagnosis of brain damage and a prognosis of brain tumor/cancer. Today, armed with factual data, supported by scientific evidence from industry-hired experts, independent researchers and other reliable sources, this dynamic woman shares her tragic story and informs cell phone users of worrisome facts and known risks, empowering them to make wise decisions about their exposure. Carleigh has a B.A. degree in Psychology and a minor in Communication Arts. She has two beautiful daughters and a new grand daughter. Happily remarried, she enjoys life on Florida’s Gulf Coast.