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18/02/2005 - BBC interview ES Sufferers

Broadcast on the 16th of February, a 10 minute interview with two Electrical / Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity sufferers, talking about their condition and how they live with it in today's technologically driven society. Also includes a section talking to Professor Olle Johansson about how ES is viewed in Sweden.

According to the Swedish government, more than 3% of Swedes are now recognised to suffer with Electrical Hypersensitivity, which translates to more than 200,000 people within the country.

Brian Stein, Chief Executive of a midlands food company, and Per Segerback, an ex-mobile phone company employee from Sweden, talk frankly about how ES has affected their lives and the constraints that it forces them to live under. Both were originally heavy mobile phone users for their work, and both had to give them up along with many other technological comforts that we take for granted.

Brian Stein has had to remove all electronic items from his office and home, and Per Segerback has to live in remote woodlands to minimise the pain and discomfort that he experiences when exposed to "electrosmog".

ES BBC Radio Interview - Download full Interview (MP3, 4.29 MB)