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Re: This is a very strange story

It's just, for me, that the story and excuse of hyper sensitivity causing the problems immediately becomes null and void when you learn that the poor girl had a device that had up to, and including:
Mobile radio waves
WiFi
Bluetooth
Nfc
IR

If hypersensitivity was caused by radio waves.... That phone would be like us holding a lump of burning coal surely?



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Re: This is a very strange story

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@viridis wrote:
It's just, for me, that the story and excuse of hyper sensitivity causing the problems immediately becomes null and void when you learn that the poor girl had a device that had up to, and including:
Mobile radio waves
WiFi
Bluetooth
Nfc
IR

If hypersensitivity was caused by radio waves.... That phone would be like us holding a lump of burning coal surely?

I would have expected that this girls own GP was involved in her care at some point. The story makes no mention of medical intervention or involvement. Surely this speaks volumes? If the GP was caring for her...she would have been referred for further tests to confirm her condition.... I know it exists...but it is difficult to diagnose. It doesn't look as if that lass had any official medical diagnosis...

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