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Got Wind Turbine Syndrome? This Harvard Medical School Professor believes you!

From Wind Turbine Syndrome.com — June 27, 2014

Dr. Steven Rauch, an otologist at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and a professor at Harvard Medical School, believes WTS is real. Patients who have come to him to discuss WTS suffer from a “very consistent” collection of symptoms, he says. Rauch compares WTS to migraines, adding that people who suffer from migraines are among the most susceptible to turbines. There’s no existing test for either condition but “Nobody questions whether or not migraine is real.”

“The patients deserve the benefit of the doubt,” Rauch says. “It’s clear from the documents that come out of the industry that they’re trying very hard to suppress the notion of WTS and they’ve done it in a way that [involves] a lot of blaming the victim.”

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One Comment on “Got Wind Turbine Syndrome? This Harvard Medical School Professor believes you!”

  1. sandcanyongal July 17, 2014 at 2:12 pm #

    Since the drought began in California almost 3 years ago, here in the Tehachapi Pass, I haven’t heard the same force of turbine noise. The wind doesn’t blow here at the levels that they did during non drought conditions. I can only hope the drought lasts for the next 50 years.

    If the conditions return to pre drought levels I will almost certain unleash my full force on the wind industry.

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