Has Quantum Shield been tested?

On what scientific evidence is Quantum Shield based?

 Quantum Shield has been tested

scientifically "in vivo", that is directly on humans and "in vitro" both as regards the effectiveness in transferring its protective properties to matter, and for its ability to reduce the risk of cellular biological damage to DNA that can occur when it contravenes the advice to keep the cellphone away from the body during a phone call.

IN VIVO TEST (on humans)
at a laboratory of cellular medicine and dark field microscopy by taking a drop of blood from the ear before and after a phone call with and without Quantum Shield

 (in the laboratory)
at the Department of Public Health of the University of Perugia which, with the comet test, highlighted the viability of the human-derived lymphoblastoid cells (Jürkat) after exposure to the electromagnetic field generated by the telephone switched on in transmission in the presence of the Quantum device Shield, noting that this field does not produce cytotoxic effects.
The conclusion of Dr. Massimo M. of the laboratory of Genetic Toxicology of the University of Perugia Public Health Section was therefore that "the Quantum Shield device is able to significantly reduce the genotoxic effects resulting from exposure to radio frequencies produced by a mobile phone, tracing the primary damage to DNA caused by the cell phone in transmission to levels practically superimposable to those of the negative control ".

The results obtained were accepted by the Scientific Committee of the SITI, the most important Italian scientific society operating in the Public Health sector, which published them in the Proceedings of the 43rd National Congress.

The result that is highlighted in the comparative graph shows that the application of the Quantum Shield nanoprocessor changes the basic state of matter since it operates at a "spintronic" level by computerizing the same at a sub-atomic level.

in 2009 by the Research and Testing Institute "M. Masini ”of Rho when the brand that identified the product was only Quantum Shield at the time and, more recently, it has been tested and certified by CSI, the IMQ Group Body specifically regarding the ability to modify the vibrational bands of a mobile phone.

Has the cell phone been shown to cause cell modification or DNA damage?

Yes, numerous scientific studies have shown it, in vitro, in vivo on humans and in vivo on animals. Here are a few:

- Nora Volkow's study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (Jama) in 2011 showed how exposure to cell phones CHANGES glucose metabolism in the brain. You can see it very well in the image of the Pet, which compares the reaction of the brain when it has a cellphone on and one off nearby. “Our results prove that the brain is sensitive to radio frequency electromagnetic fields due to the heavy use of cell phones. We do not yet know the outcome of this change, but we know that it is the mobile phone that causes it. And no one will be able to argue otherwise from now on. "
Using the same basic conditions published by JAMA, but with a cell phone protected with Quantum Shield, PET (Positron emission tomography) was carried out in Italy to prove "IN VIVO" the effectiveness of Quantum Shield and the result was : Homogeneous consumption of FDG in the brain (glucose ok).



- Swedish scientists, Lennart Hardell of the University Hospital of Orebro and Kjell Hansson Mild of Umea University, have shown and published in the Occupational Environmental Medicine that who has been using the cellphone for more than 10 years for about an hour a day, sees an increase the chances of 20 percent of contracting glioma and 30 percent of getting acoustic neuroma.

- Other studies: alterations in cellular communications, metabolism and repair mechanisms (Yurekli AI, 2006;), including those relating to surveillance and protection from cancer, alterations in sleep and cognitive functions and memory (Lai H, 1996; Lai H,, 1998; Salford LG, 2003; Salford LG 2008; Nittby H, 2008; Fragopoulou AF, 2010), cardiac effects (Black DR, 2003; Szmigielski S, 1998), depression, breakdown of the blood brain barrier (Eberhardt JL, 2008; Persson BRR, 1997; Salford LG, 1994), changes in the immune system (Lushnikov KV, 2001; Lushnikov KV, 2003; Stankiewicz W, 2006; Huang ATF, 1980), fertility (Panagopoulos DJ, 2004) and systems of reproduction (Seyhan N., 2006);
- Henry Lai, Electromagnetic Research Laboratory, Department of Bioengineering, School of Medicine and College of Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA and Singh, 1995, 1996, 1997 declare: we have reported an increase in single strand breaks and in the double DNA one, two forms of DNA DAMAGE in the brain cells of rats, after their exposure to radiofrequency radiation.

- New York, Friday May 27, 2016: a large two-year study by the U.S. National Toxicology Program says that exposure to cellular radio frequencies typically increases cancer cases in male rats. The increases, small but statistically significant, relate to gliomas, a type of brain cancer, and Schwannomi, the same found by some epidemiological studies on humans. The $ 25 million study was conducted on over 2,500 rats and mice exposed to varying amounts of radio frequencies in 21 specially designed rooms. The decision to publish the preliminary results of the rat study came after the microwave.com website had anticipated the results, while the full report, which was checked and verified by independent authorities, will be published next year. "The study found a low incidence of malignant gliomas in the brain and schwannomas in the heart of exposed male rats - experts write -. Given the widespread use of mobile communication technologies at all ages, even a small increase resulting from exposure could have major implications for public health. "

- tests carried out on Jurkat cells exposed to the electromagnetic field by cell phone in the Laboratory of Genetic Toxicology of the University of Perugia have highlighted the genotoxic effects that cause discontinuity in the phosphodiester skeleton; in particular, these discontinuities can result from breaking a single and double strand of DNA.

- The "Reflex" study, funded by the European Union for two million euros, was carried out in the years 2000-2004 under the coordination of the German foundation Verum in Monaco and involved eleven other research institutes and universities from all over Europe. The data obtained showed that the cells, after exposure to electromagnetic fields similar to those emitted by cell phones, showed an increase in fragments of both double and single strands of DNA (DNA carries the genetic information of an organism and its cells), and the cell was not always able to repair the damage. "There is also a strong correlation - the research notes - between the intensity and duration of exposure and the increase in the breakages of the simple and double DNA chains."

- Similar genetic effects for non-thermal radiation are reported by Phillips JL (2009), Marinelli F. (2004), Lai H. and Singh NP (1996).