Higher Cancer Rates In Under-18 Cell Phone Users
The great cell phone cover-up may be coming to an end. A new report
may finally wake the public up to the brain-cancer risks of cell
phones and force necessary preventive measures.
A new report, endorsed by a prestigious group of international
scientists, finds that there is a risk of brain tumors from cell phone
use, that industry studies underestimate this risk, and that children
have much greater risks than adults. The report, therefore, sends a
message to four billion users worldwide and to the $4 billion
cell phone industry that they may be facing the same kind of bad news
that first burst on the scene for the tobacco industry.
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Elizabeth Kelley, M.A.
International Commission for Electromagnetic Safety