Health effects: Blood

Exposure to EMR results in deterioration of red blood cell function and metabolic activity, it is suspected that the increase of toxicity in specific organs was a result of the red blood cells functional failure. The mechanisms by which electromagnetic fields cause their bad effects may be by causing deterioration in cellular large molecules, imbalance in ionic equilibrium and generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS). These reactive oxygen species can damage cellular components such as proteins, lipids and DNA.

Blood cells contain haemoglobin, which contains iron. When exposed to an electromagnetic field the blood cells can become magnetised, and will stick together. This is called the Rouleaux effect. Other things such as dehydration can also cause this, but exposure to radiation has also been demonstrated as a cause. When the cells clump together their combined surface area is reduced and so their capacity to convey Oxygen is affected, which is also a factor in oxidative stress.

Dr Magda Havas – live blood and electrosmog

Lena Pu, 2019. at 34mins

In the second picture (taken after 70 minutes working on the computer) and the third (after 10 minutes of a mobile phone call), the blood clots together under the influence of EMFs to form ‘stacked’ coins’, the so-called ‘Rouleaux effect’. The results are headaches, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, tingling and cold hands and feet and possible heart and blood pressure problems, including risks of myocardial infarction.

Studies that can be used in mast objections:

Exposure of human and experimental animals to EMFs cause harmful effects on blood cells. Disturbance in haematological parameters induced by exposure to electromagnetic fields  
EMFs have various chemical effects, including causing deterioration in large molecules in cells and imbalance in ionic equilibrium. These effects were disturbance in haematological parameters depending on species, the sources of EMFs, frequencies, intensities and duration of exposure.
Despite being essential for life, oxygen molecules can lead to the generation of hazardous by-products known as reactive oxygen species (ROS) during biological reactions. These ROS can damage cellular components such as lipids, proteins, and DNA.
Exposure to EMFs can affect gene expression in rat brainsExposure of rat brain to 915 MHz GSM microwaves induces changes in gene expression but not double stranded DNA breaks or effects on chromatin conformation 

Bioelectromagnetics. 2006 May;27(4):295-306. 
The data shows that GSM MWs at 915 MHz did not induce PFGE-detectable DNA double stranded breaks or changes in chromatin conformation, but affected expression of genes in rat brain cells. 
Increased blood-brain barrier permeabilityIncreased blood-brain barrier permeability in mammalian brain 7 days after exposure to the radiation from a GSM-900 mobile phone.

Pathophysiology. 2009 Aug;16(2-3):103-12. 
The present findings are in agreement with our earlier studies where we have seen increased BBB permeability immediately and 14 days after exposure.  
Reduction in memory function after exposureCognitive impairment in rats after long-term exposure to GSM-900 mobile phone radiation.  

Bioelectromagnetics. 2008 Apr; 29(3):219-32  
GSM exposed rats had impaired memory for objects and their temporal order of presentation, compared to sham exposed controls.  Detecting the place in which an object was presented was not affected by GSM exposure. Our results suggest significantly reduced memory functions in rats after GSM microwave exposure. 
Activation of stress response pathway by 900MHz field is involved in the effect on blood-brain barrier. Exposure to 900 MHz electromagnetic fields activates the mkp-1/ERK pathway and causes blood-brain barrier damage and cognitive impairment in rats. 

March 2015. Department of Neurosurgery, Medical University, Chongqing, 400038, China   
Quote from the abstract: “Taken together, these results demonstrated that exposure to 900 MHz EMF radiation for 28 days can significantly impair spatial memory and damage BBB permeability in rats by activating the mkp-1/ERK pathway.”