"Recent scientific publications have shown that electromagnetic fields affect living organisms at levels well below international and national guidelines, meaning the limits the government have set. These effects include cancer risk, cellular risk, increase in harmful free radicals, genetic damage, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, sperm damage, decreased sperm, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on general well-being. Please tell us more about this."
Interview Question from an exclusive private interview with DefenderShield CEO and co-founder Daniel T. DeBaun at The Real Truth About Health Conference.
Daniel DeBaun, CEO of DefenderShield, traveled to Long Island, New York, at the beginning of 2020 to speak at the world's largest free live health and environmental conference, called The Real Truth About Health. Attendees were able to learn the most important, scientifically-documented, current, and life-saving information about a host of issues surrounding health, wellness, and our planet's well-being from the world’s top experts.
DeBaun participated in an exclusive private interview at the conference, in addition to speaking on a panel and giving a keynote presentation, linked here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QiewyC1frnc&feature=emb_logo
In his interview, Daniel was asked many questions about EMF radiation, how it works, and controversial topics surrounding EMF exposure and its effects on our bodies.
Daniel is a former telecom engineer and executive with over 30 years of experience in wireless technology. About 10 years ago, he discovered the harmful health effects of EMF radiation emitting from mobile devices, and thanks to his engineering background, was able to invent a shielding technology that could block the specific RF and ELF frequencies cell phones, laptops, and tablets emit. Dan also co-wrote a best-selling guide book to EMF radiation, with his son and co-founder Ryan DeBaun, called Radiation Nation: The Fallout of Modern Technology.