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Dr George Carlo visits the UK to address MPs at Westminster

01-30-2007 10:48 AM CET | Media & Telecommunications

Press release from: Buergerwelle Germany (incorporated society)

The EM Radiation Research Trust are pleased to announce that Dr George Carlo has agreed to visit to the UK to address MPs at Westminster on Thursday 22nd February, 2007 and to meet Sir William Stewart, UK Health Protection Agency Chairman.

The meeting will be chaired by RRT Trustee - Dr Ian Gibson MP Committee Room 9 at Westminster, between 3 and 4pm on Thursday 22nd February, 2007.

More under: http://freepage.twoday.net/stories/3207314/

Buergerwelle Germany (incorporated society)
Protectorate Union of the Citizens and Initiatives for the Protection against Electrosmog

Speaker of the management: Siegfried Zwerenz

Responsible for http://www.buergerwelle.com

Address:
Bürgerwelle e. V.
Dachverband der Bürger und Initiativen zum Schutz vor Elektrosmog
Lindenweg 10
D- 95643 Tirschenreuth

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