Catalyst cops criticism over 'Wi Dr MARYANNE DEMASI: Do mobile phones cause brain cancer? And is wi fi making us sick? In this episode, I investigate the latest research and advice about the safety of our modern wireless devices.
ABC, Catalyst, 16 February, 2016 Demasi's so called 'investigation' was on an important and legitimate subject. But the verdict next day pandora bracelet nz from several experts was damning Scientists slam Catalyst mobile jewelry pandora rings cancer link West Australian, 17 February, 2016 Experts, audience slam ABC Catalyst's report pandora club australia on "Wi Fi danger" SBS Online, 17 February, 2016 ". it was scientifically bankrupt," Professor Bernard Stewart told Crikey. "It was biased, and little short of misleading and deceptive." Crikey, 17 February, 2016 Remarkably, as you may know, this is not the first time one of Dr Demasi's offerings has been scorned in this way. Back in 2013, Media Watch ripped into her two part report on heart drugs called statins, amidst a similar row about the science. PAUL BARRY: Now, Media Watch is not going to take sides in this scientific debate. But looking at the journalism we're almost as shocked as the doctors. Both episodes of Catalyst struck us as sensationalist and grossly unbalanced and some of their so called 'experts' had questionable qualifications ABC, Media Watch, 11 November, 2013 On that occasion, an ABC investigation found Catalyst to be in breach of the broadcaster's editorial standard of impartiality and Demasi's report was taken down from the Catalyst website. Well, last week's program was not quite so bad but it made many of the same mistakes. Dr Rodney Croft, who is a world expert in this field and director of the Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research, told Media Watch: They really gave the impression that there was something to worry about and they didn't let the viewer know that this was completely against what the scientific consensus says. I thought it was terrible to have an ABC program which is supposed to be scientific produce something like this. Professor Rodney Croft, Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research, Statement to Media Watch, 18 February, 2016 Dr Croft was not interviewed on the program. He claims they called him beforehand and did not like his answers. Also missing was anyone from Monash pandora australia radio University, Australia's other centre of excellence on the health effects of mobile phones, such as Dr Geza Benke who told us the Catalyst program was in parts: Biased.
ridiculous. completely wrong. Dr Geza Benke, Monash University, 18 February, 2016 And he singled out one of the witnesses for Demasi's claim that mobile phones may be unsafe, a Canadian campaigner called Frank Clegg, who used to work for Microsoft.
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