Dominique Belpomme PhD MD
Dr. Dominique Belpomme is a professor of oncology at Paris-Descartes University and president of the French Association for Research on Treatment Against Cancer (ARTAC). Author of numerous scientific papers, he is known for his work on links between environmental degradation and the origins of disease. He also heads the European Cancer and Environment Research Institute (ECERI).
Since 2008, Dr. Belpomme's medical team has studied many hundreds of European patients who suffer from electromagnetic intolerance syndrome. The team has developed EHS diagnostic methods based on blood tests and special brain scans (pulsed Doppler echography). Their research shows multiple abnormalities in blood and tissue. At least 30% of EHS sufferers have high levels of histamine, indicating severe allergic reactions. Fifty percent show excessive stress proteins, 30% have levels of antibodies and proteins that are telltale signs of both thermal shock and even possible brain damage in the areas where Alzheimer’s starts. Most have low levels of melatonin (a crucial anti-cancer hormone).