"...we showed that cases have a defect in the middle cerebral artery hemodynamics, and we localized a tissue pulsometric index deficiency in the capsulo-thalamic area of the temporal lobes, suggesting the involvement of the limbic system and the thalamus."
"Altogether, these data strongly suggest that EHS is a neurologic pathological disorder which can be diagnosed, treated, and prevented."
"We showed, for example, that patients with EHS present frequently with a profound deficit in vitamins and trace elements, especially in vitamin D and zinc, which should be corrected."
"...we showed that natural products such as fermented papaya preparation (FPP) and ginkgo biloba can restore brain pulsatility in the various middle cerebral artery-dependent tissue areas of temporal lobes, thereby restore brain pulsatility in the various middle cerebral artery-dependent tissue areas of temporal lobes, thereby improving brain hemodynamics and, consequently, brain oxygenation. Since FPP was shown to possess some antioxidant, anti-inflammation, and immune-modulating properties [34–36], we recommend the use of this widely available natural product."
"By contrast, regression and even disappearance of symptoms of intolerance may occur after treatment and protection of patients. However, in our experience and to our knowledge, hypersensitivity to EMF and/or MCS-related chemical sensitivity never disappears, meaning – unlike symptomatic intolerance – EHS and MCS appear to be associated with some irreversible neurologic pathological state, requiring strong and persistent prevention. So, contrary to some recent claims, we believe these disorders cannot be merely reduced to some type of functional impairment."
"In its 2005 official statement on EHS, WHO indicated there is “no scientific basis to link EHS symptoms to EMF exposure” meaning there is no accepted physiopathological mechanism to link environmental cause to disease. This is no longer the case."
"We therefore consider that the biological effects we observed in EHS patients may be due to both the pulsed and the polarized characteristics of man-made EMF emitted by electric or wireless technologies, as opposed to terrestrial non-polarized and continuously emitted natural EMFs."
"As reported in Table 8, we thus speculate that man-made environmental chemicals may also be causally involved in EHS genesis in around 11% of the cases."
"Whatever its causal origin and mechanism of action, EHS should therefore be from now on recognized as a new identified and characterized neurological pathological disorder. As it is already a real health plague potentially involving millions of people worldwide it should be acknowledged by WHO, and thus be included in the WHO ICD."