Adults who developed Electro-Sensitivity

/Adults who developed Electro-Sensitivity
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Richard Kimberley, an IT business owner, had to give up his business and live in a van because of ES. He blogs about what he is going through at Beyond the Van.

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Prof. James McCaughan, a physics professor, developed ES. Now he works from a radiation-shielded room in his house.

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Phil Inkley, a sound technician, was forced to live in a small trailer because of his ES.

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Barbara Domberger, a judge, was forced to retire in her 40s because of ES. She had to leave her home and has been living in the woods.

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Per Segerback, an Ericsson cell phone engineer, had to leave his job and live in the woods after he developed ES from the wireless radiation at his workplace.

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Melissa Chalmers, a commercial airline pilot, had to retire from her job and leave her home. She has become a refugee who is looking for a place to live. Meanwhile, she spends nights in a tent in isolated areas.

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Dr David McDonald, CSIRO (wireless company) scientist, was awarded compensation for his ES (mainly intolerance to Wi-Fi).

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Eva Tavares, performer. Being in the beginning of her career, dealing with ES is a struggle. Her symptoms are severe—including headaches and heart palpitations—and they affect her daily.

profession: performer/singer/dancer/actress

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Dr. Elizabeth Evans, a medical doctor and mother.

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Matti Niemela, Nokia’s Chief Technology Officer, was involved in developing cell phones and became ES from their radiation.

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