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Directorate for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety – worrying misinformation?

Ingrid Wreden Kåss
Wreden Kåss is a writer and has a master's degree in philosophy from UiO, as well as a bachelor's degree in library and information science.
CHRONICLE: The Directorate for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety is criticized in this article for not absorbing significant amounts of research on radiation hazards.

(Note: see debate post after the text.)

NRK covered on 17 May the desperate situation to people who get sick from radiation from ordinary wireless technology. The case describes how the hardest hit end up isolated from any normal participation in society – year after year. They are trapped in their homes, and many are driven to move further and further away from community, family and friends.

I NRK-the case also states Directorate for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (DSA) themselves, as this is their responsibility. DSA does not offer those affected any. . .

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