Mixed message on cancer from mobile phone use

An international study set up to answer the long-running question of whether mobile phones increase cancer rates is unlikely to give the all-clear for people who have been using phones for longer than 10 years.A radiation expert said yesterday that while the World Health Organisation’s Interphone study was expected to find no evidence of harm for people who had used a mobile phone for less than 10 years, longer-term use was harder to assess.To read this report in The Australian in full, see:
www.theaustralian.com.au/news/mixed-message-on-mobile-use/story-e6frg8y6-1225799069023Also see:Brain tumour warning on phone use
A multinational study into the link between mobile phones and brain tumours could soon warn against heavy use exceeding several hours a day, a visiting radiation expert says.
www.theage.com.au/national/brain-tumour-warning-on-phone-use-20091117-ikck.html

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