The 13 Categories of EMS Symptoms
       European scientists Dr. Claude Monet and Dr. Pierre le Ruz have put together the following detailed reference list of the thirteen basic categories of  degenerative symptoms connected to electromagnetic fields, especially those fields produced by wireless microwave installations and personal wireless mobile devices. Illnesses and impairments in these categories are classical symptoms which force millions of Americans to seek medical diagnosis and treatment each year:
1. Dystonic Cardiovascular Syndrome includes:
bradycardia (abnormally slow pulse)
tachycardia (abnormally fast pulse)
hyper/hypo blood pressure (high or low blood pressure)
symptoms mimicking heart attack

2. Chronic Diencephalic Syndrome includes:
sleep disorders
concentration disturbances
chronic fatigue syndrome


3. Chronic Asthenia Syndrome includes:
muscle aches and weakness
hair loss


4. Cancerous Pathology Syndrome includes:
solid tumors


5. Dermatologic Pathology Syndrome includes:
skin allergy


6. Dopaminergic Pathology Syndrome includes:
restless leg syndrome
numbness in limbs
cramps in limbs during and after sleep
Parkinson’s disease


7. Immune Pathology Syndrome includes:
high lymphocyte count
abnormal white blood cells
abnormal red blood cells


8. Procreative Pathology Syndrome includes:
drastic decrease of libido
premature birth
toxic fetal syndrome
retarded fetal growth
birth defects


9. Brain Pathology Syndrome includes:
benign and malignant brain tumors
breaching of the blood-brain barrier
electroencephalogram disturbances
brain fog/sudden loss of memory


10. Sensory Pathology Syndrome includes:
visual and hearing perturbations
nose bleeds, sore corner lips, jaw bleeds (bleeding gums)
tooth neuralgia (pain), especially in teeth with mercury amalgam fillings


11. Psychological Pathology includes:
lack of concern, lack of empathy
introversion, passiveness
attention deficit
agitation under demand
suicidal tendencies


12. Cell Pathology Syndrome includes:
DNA and chromosome damage
abnormal calcium influx and e-flux in cells
abnormal cell membrane permeability (fluid leaks)

13. Endocrine Pathology Syndrome includes:
thyroid weakness or malfunction
serotonin deficiency
melatonin deficiency
adrenal deficiency
 An EMS report from European Doctors

The Freiburger Appeal provides valuable information on the numerous warning symptoms of EMS, and especially the Microwave Syndrome. First published in 2002 by a long list of German medical experts, this document explains how wireless microwave technology coincides with severe and chronic disease conditions seen in many of their patients. Here are some of the most important quotes from the Appeal:

“…We can see, especially after carefully-directed inquiry, a clear temporal and spatial correlation between the appearance of disease and exposure to pulsed high-frequency microwave radiation (HFMR)….We have observed, in recent years, a dramatic rise in severe and chronic diseases among our patients, especially:

Learning, concentration, and behavioral disorders (e.g. attention deficit disorder, ADHD)

Extreme fluctuations in blood pressure, ever harder to influence with medications

Heart rhythm disorders

Heart attacks and strokes among an increasingly younger population

Brain-degenerative diseases (e.g. Alzheimer's) and epilepsy

Cancerous afflictions: leukemia, brain tumors

"Moreover, we have observed an ever-increasing occurrence of various disorders, often misdiagnosed in patients as psychosomatic:

Headaches, migraines

Chronic exhaustion

Inner agitation

Sleeplessness, daytime sleepiness


Susceptibility to infection

Nervous and connective tissue pains, for which the usual causes do not explain even the most conspicuous symptoms.

"Since the living environment and lifestyles of our patients are familiar to us, we can see, especially after carefully-directed inquiry, a clear temporal and spatial correlation between the appearance of disease and exposure to pulsed high -frequency microwave radiation (HFMR), such as:

Installation of a mobile telephone sending station in the near vicinity

Intensive mobile telephone use

Installation of a digital cordless (DECT) telephone at home or in the neighbourhood

"We can no longer believe this to be purely coincidence, for too often do we observe a marked concentration of particular illnesses in correspondingly HFMR-polluted areas or apartments. Too often does a long-term disease or affliction improve or disappear in a relatively short time after reduction or elimination of HFMR pollution in the patient's environment. Too often are our observations confirmed by on-site measurements of HFMR of unusual intensity.

"On the basis of our daily experiences, we hold the current mobile communications technology (introduced in 1992 and since then globally extensive) and cordless digital telephones (DECT standard) to be among the fundamental triggers for this fatal development.

"What we experience in the daily reality of our medical practice is anything but hypothetical! We see the rising number of chronically sick patients also as the result of an irresponsible "safety limits policy," which fails to take the protection of the public from the short- and long-term effects of mobile telephone radiation as its criterium for action. Instead, it submits to the dictates of a technology already long recognized as dangerous. For us, this is the beginning of a very serious development through which the health of many people is being threatened.

"We will no longer be made to wait upon further unreal research results -- which in our experience are often influenced by the communications industry, while evidential studies go on being ignored. We find it to be of urgent necessity that we act now!

"Above all, we are, as doctors, the advocates for our patients. In the interest of all those concerned, whose basic right to life and freedom from bodily harm is currently being put at stake, we appeal to those in the spheres of politics and public health."

The entire text of the Freiburger Appeal is HERE