Cell Phone Radiation Study Confirms Cancer Risk

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The National Toxicology Program under the National Institutes of Health has completed the largest-ever animal study on cell phone radiation and cancer. The results confirm that cell phone radiation exposure levels within the currently allowable safety limits are the “likely cause” of brain and heart cancers in these animals, according to Dr. John Bucher, Associate Director of the NTP.

Global Research, July 16, 2016
The Bioinitiative 31 May 2016
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The National Toxicology Program under the National Institutes of Health has completed the largest-ever animal study on cell phone radiation and cancer.  The results confirm that cell phone radiation exposure levels within the currently allowable safety limits are the “likely cause” of brain and heart cancers in these animals, according to Dr. John Bucher, Associate Director of the NTP.

One in twelve (12) male rats developed either malignant cancer (brain and rare heart tumors) or pre-cancerous lesions that can lead to cancer.  Tumors called schwannomas were induced in the heart, in the same kind of cells in the brain that have lead to acoustic neuromas seen in human studies.  The NTP says it is important to release these completed findings now given the implications to global health.  No cancers occurred in the control group.

Lennart Hardell, MD…

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2 thoughts on “Cell Phone Radiation Study Confirms Cancer Risk

  1. I have a flip phone cell that I only use for emergencies. I only carry it when I am out. And then, when I get where I am going, I take it out of my pocket. I also use the speaker when I do use it. I never have it up close to my face.

    I wouldn’t have one at all, but if my electricity goes out, then so does my land line.

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