Geographical Distribution of Childhood Acute Leukaemia in the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara, Mexico and Its Correlation with the Wireless and High Voltage Network

" The results show the occurrence of 94 cases of leukaemia along the deployment path of high voltage electricity, or 36% of all reported cases are located less than 100 meters in distance from a distribution line and other results shows 24 cases/100,000 inhabitants for leukaemia (acute lymphoblastic leukaemia) LLA and 4.4 cases/100,000 inhabitants for leukaemia AML (acute myeloid leukaemia). These resulting measurements exceed international norms. The values are usually 3-5 cases/100,000 for LLA and 0.8 cases/100,000 for AML. Conclusions. Although the etiology of most childhood leukaemias is unknown, there is a significant correlation between spatial disease cluster (with an unusually elevated disease incidence rate) and both the high voltage distribution network and the wireless communication network."

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