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Prof. Olle Johansson is a researcher and lecturer at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden’s largest and best-known medical university and, coincidentally, the institute that awards the annual Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine. The Swedish professor Johansson is regarded worldwide as an authority in the field of electromagnetic radiation.

He recently visited Floww® Health Technology in Nuland (The Netherlands) where he witnessed a blood cell test done via a Dark Field microscope. Together with Floww’s scientific specialist, dr. Paul Mak, he set up the criteria for a double-blind investigation with the Dark Field microscope, to be held in April 2015 and which he will monitor as independent scientific observer. Prof. Johansson: “When you see what the health risks due to electromagnetic radiation are, it surprises me that the industrial world hasn’t yet come up with a ‘green’ solution to counteract the negative effects of EMR. The innovative products of Floww could well offer that solution and I am extremely curious to see the results of this investigation.”

During the late 1970’s Professor Johansson was confronted with cutaneous damages that office workers developed using their computers. He invented the name ‘Screen Dermatitis’ for this. Now Johansson has over 500 publications and investigations to his name about the effects on health of electromagnetic radiation and EHS (Electro Hyper Sensitivity).