B. Blake Levitt is an award-winning journalist who has specialized in medical and science writing for nearly two decades. She has researched the biological effects of nonionizing radiation since the late 1970's. A former New York Times writer, she has written widely on medical issues for both the lay and professional audience. Her work has appeared in numerous national publications and has been translated into Russian and Chinese.
She is the editor/contributing author of Cell Towers, Wireless Convenience? or Environmental Hazard? Proceedings of the “Cell Towers Forum” State of the Science/
Ms. Levitt’s work is referenced in numerous government publications and other resources on EMF. She has helped several congressional offices write legislation for energy research appropriations and land-use issues pertaining to antenna and tower siting. At the invitation of U.S. Senators Patrick Leahy, James Jeffords and other legislators, she has participated in congressional briefings on the environmental effects of ambient energy exposures in 2000 and 2007. In May 2002, she was an invited speaker at the Royal College of Physicians, London, UK, on the environmental effects of nonionizing radiation. She lectures widely on the subject of environmental energy and consults for municipalities considering telecommunications regulations.
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