In response to a recently published paper that was widely promoted as showing that cell phones do do not cause brain cancers, this website recently published the article that you can read at HERE.

And a follow up article that you can read HERE:

Now, following the Chapman 2016 study being covered in Medsafe, Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health,University of California, Berkeley has weighed in on the issue.

You can read his perspective on the study at Don Maisch PhD’s website by clicking HERE.


Cell phones and cancer in humans

A 2014 study (published in the journal Pathophysiology) showed that the brain tumour risk was highest after 25 years of mobile phone use and after 15-20 years of cordless phone use.


 This is but one of many other studies showing a link between cell phone use and brain (and other) tumours.

 Links to more studies are below:

It is now indisputable that radiofrequency (RF) radiation in the microwave range such is produced by cordless and mobile phones, cordless phone bases and cell phone towers has been classified by the WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer as a “possible carcinogen” (type 2B).


Cellular phone use tips:

I realise that many people do have jobs that require them to use a cellular phone.

There is information to help you reduce the risks of unavoidable cellular phone risk at this link:

Please note that ideally, cellular phone use should be minimised, because the more cellular phones are used, the more cellular phone infrastructure is need to support the phones’ use – and living close to cellular phone base stations has been associated with increased risk of cancer in several studies, for example, the one that you can read HERE.


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