From Louis Slesin, Editor of Microwave News:
Last week, the Interphone results from Japan were published and the press
welcomed them as a sign that cell phones are safe. Much of that may have
been due to a press release from Cancer Research UK, a charitable
organization. It stated that “Studies have shown no evidence that mobile
phone use is harmful.” Anyone who has been following the literature knows
that this is nonsense. Why is a group like Cancer Research covering up the
possible health risks?
In fact, the new Japanese study tells us very little about what many of us
are concerned about: the long-term risks of using a mobile phone.
Earlier this week, a Finnish team reported that a one-hour exposure to cell
phone radiation caused measurable changes in the skin of human volunteers.
As Dariusz Leszczynski told us, “All this means that the human body
recognizes this low-level radiation and reacts to it.”
Read both stories on our Web site:
Louis Slesin, PhD
Editor, Microwave News
A Report on Non-Ionizing Radiation
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