In addition to industry funding
involvement in the Interphone, several authors participating
in the Interphone
funding from their national mobile phone companies
ref: Schoemaker 2005; Lahkola 2005; Schuz 2006; Hours
2007; Vriheid 2009 or by other private
comapnies: Christensen et al 2005; Johansen 2001; Schuz
2006. These funds are not
written in the Interphone protocol.
Interphone and other studies:
Muscat - two studies industry funded,
Lakhola 2005,Schoemaker 2005; Christensen 2005; Lonn 2005;
Christensen 2004; Lonn 2004; Hepworth 2006; Lakhola 2007;
Sadetzki 2008; Lakhola 2008; Morgan (Motorola) 2000;
Johansen 2001 industry funded-
these negative studies do not make declaration on conflict
Three: Schuz 2006; Lonn
2006; Schlehofer 2007; state "conflict of interest - non declared".
(it is not clear if it's coming
from the editor or authors); and Takebayashi 2006 (Japan);
Klaeboe 2007 (Norway); Hours 2007 (France); Takebayashi
2008 - declare: "conflict
of interest: none"
On Ahlbom's meta analysis: "clearly lacking cases with >=10
year latency time, and selective data of Hardell
studies- only ever/never use (>5 year latency) but not
those with 10 years since first use.
Source: Mobile phones and head tumours. The
discrepancies in cause-effect relationships in the
epidemiological studies - how do they arise? Angelo G Levis et al 2011