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Report on the Travel to Almaty, Kazakhstan to attend the International Conference   "Electromagnetic Fields and Human Health" September 4-12, 2003 by Karl Maret, M.D., M.Eng. On behalf of National Foundation for Alternative Medicine Washington, DC   Table of Contents Background ……………………………………………………. Page 3 Report on Conference Presentations……………………………. Page 4 Overview ………………………………………………. Page 4 Brief Summary of the Various Presentations …………… Page 7 Limitations for the Writer ……………………………………….Page 17 Scientific Networking …………………………………………... Page 17 Summary ……………………………………………………….. Page 21 Background: The International Conference on Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) and Human Health was organized in large part by Yuriy Pak, Director of Y.D. Systems in Almaty, Kazakhstan with active collaboration of the Kazakh Republic’s Ministry of Public Health.  Mr. Pak is a business associate of Mr. David Stetzer of Stetzer Electric Co. in Blair, WI.   Both men are   very   concerned   about   the   increased   electromagnetic   radiation   environment, especially the high frequency microsurge transients called “dirty electricity” that is now ubiquitously present on the electrical wiring in homes, schools, offices and in the power 1
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distribution system.    Mr. Stetzer has been  measuring  this form of electromagnetic pollution actively since 1998 and has been working with Dr. Martin Graham, Emeritus Professor   of   Electrical   Engineering   at   the   University   of   California   Berkeley,   to quantitatively assess this problem and develop remediation filters.   The   Kazakhstan   government   is   becoming   increasingly   aware   of   the   danger   that electromagnetic radiation is posing to its population.  This conference was to outline some of the existing forms of radio frequency radiation (RFR) and the danger it poses to the people of Kazakhstan.  To that end they had invited experts from Russia, Ukraine and America to present their findings.  Dr. Maret was sent on behalf of NFAM to meet some of the scientists and report on the meeting.  David Stetzer presented the American work with power line pollution which has not been studied at all in Russia, Kazakhstan or the Ukraine.   Kazakhstan does not have a research program in this area and it did not appear that they had any sizable budget for this type of research.   Kazakhstan became independent as a nation from the former Soviet Union in December 1991.   Its plentiful petroleum and mineral resources has made it attractive to many
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