Chip Neutralizes Phone Radiation

BioPro introduces cell phone chip to offer protection from harmful electromagnetic fields

April 12, 2005

2 Min Read

SAN FRANCISCO -- Amid a growing body of studies indicating that cell phones may cause health hazards to adults and children a revolutionary new invention has been introduced that offers protection from harmful electromagnetic fields (EMFs).

This is welcome news since a recent 2005 study by the National Radiological Protection Board (NRPB), a UK Based independent research organization, advised parents not to let children under the age of eight use cell phones.

The cell chip was created in light of a number of studies in this country and abroad that indicate that radiation from cell phones can cause serious harm to children and adults. The cell chip is the only scientifically substantiated product in the marketplace today that protects people from cell phone EMFs.

The invention, by BIOPRO, is a tiny cell chip that attaches to the phone and reprograms (EMFs) to neutralize harmful waves. The Cell Chip ($27.95) is available and can be purchased on line at

Mr. Robert Richards, pioneer in the field of bioenergetics. endorses the cell chip and joined BIOPRO's advisory board to assist the company in "becoming a major international force in the rapidly growing field of bioenergetics."

The leading scientist Dr. George Carlos confirmed the growing concern over cell phone safety. He reported that the rate of brain tumors was higher (in some cases up to 50% higher) among cell phone users than non-cell phone users. Dr, Carlos's findings are especially convincing since he headed the largest worldwide study on the impacts of cell phones on human health.

Studies have indicated that children tend to be more susceptible. The Neuro Diagnostic Research Institute discovered that a call lasting just two minutes can alter the natural electrical activity of a child's brain for up to an hour afterwards.

Doctors fear that disturbed brain activity in children could lead to psychiatric and behavioral problems or impair learning ability.

Upon reviewing the Institute's findings, Dr Gerald Hyland -- a Government adviser on mobiles -- says he finds the results "extremely disturbing."


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