Dr Amanda Harry — Groundbreaking Survey of Sick Residents

In 2003 Dr Amanda Harry, a rural General Practitioner from Cornwall in the United Kingdom was the first Medical Practitioner (as far as we are aware) to report on adverse health effects being experienced by neighbours to wind turbines. Dr. Harry conducted a questionnaire survey of her patients and others living near wind developments in the United Kingdom during 2003.

Dr Harry’s additional experience and post graduate qualifications in the fields of Ear Nose and Throat disorders, and the multidisciplinary assistance she received from a physicist with expertise in the field of infrasound and low frequency noise, together with the seriousness of some of the reported symptoms were an alert, well before the Waubra Foundation was formed, to a real problem for some neighbours of industrial wind turbines.

Read Dr Harry’s full Report →