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Cell Phones & Brain Cancer: Is There a Connection?
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Do Cell Phones Cause Brain Tumors?
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Neurosurgeon: "Cell Phone Causes Brain Tumor"
A World Health Organization panel of 31 scientists raised some concerns Tuesday when they reported that cell phones are "possibly carcinogenic" and may be ...
Read what the evidence says on non-ionising radiation, such as from mobile phones, WiFi and power lines, and why it is unlikely that any of these increases the risk of cancer.
There are three main reasons why people are concerned that cell phones (also known as “mobile” or “wireless” telephones) might have the potential to cause certain types of cancer or other health problems:
The World Health Organization concluded that cell phone radiation may cause brain tumors, but what about effects on cognitive function?
'The biggest experiment of our species': With five billion mobile users in the world, conference calls for research into potential brain cancer risks