From Louis Slesin, Microwave News:
Christopher Wild, the director of the International Agency for
Research on Cancer (IARC), has recruited Joachim Schüz
of the Danish Cancer Society to take a senior position
The appointment signals a calculated gamble for IARC
and for Wild –at least with respect to making further progress
on Interphone following last month’s release of the project’s
findings on brain tumors.
Schüz, a member of the Interphone’s no-risk camp,
must now bring the feuding parties together to reach
a consensus on the equally contentious question of
whether cell phones can lead to a second type of tumor,
acoustic neuroma. And Schüz must do so on a tight schedule.
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