Guest Virginia Farver’s son, Rich, was exposed to wireless radiation from a cell tower at San Diego State University. He began to notice symptoms — headaches, unrelenting fatigue and memory issues. Soon after his diagnosis of brain cancer, Rich passed away. Under the guise of equity and inclusion, surveillance technology in the form of antennas and cell towers, has been built on college campuses. When it comes to cancer, medical institutions have financial incentives to look for a cure, but Virginia says that people need to focus on investigating the cause of these cancer clusters so that we can prevent it.
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