Cell phone and Cancer: “Just Say No To Glio”

Dr. Weeks’ Comment: Just say No to Glio –  Glioblastomas, that is. Take that cell phone away from your head and no one gets hurt.

 

 

STORYLINE vs. REST-OF-THE-STORY: Brain cancer incidence, cellphone use, and trends data
Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, June 21, 2016
Many countries monitor brain cancer incidence using cancer registries which document the number of new cases diagnosed each year. Although brain cancer is rare, about 25,000 cases will be diagnosed in the U.S. this year; the lifetime risk is between 1 in 200 and 1 in 250. Three case-control studies suggest that the risk may double after 10 years of heavy cellphone use. Only 35% of brain cancer patients survive for 5 or more years. Some scientists argue that brain cancer incidence has been stable over time so one need not worry about the findings from these controlled studies. However, the facts tell a different story.

A one-page fact sheet is available on my Electromagnetic Radiation Safety website: http://bit.ly/brainsaferemr.

Also see:
Brain Tumor Rates Are Rising in the US: The Role of Cell Phone & Cordless Phone UseNational Toxicology Program Finds Cell Phone Radiation Causes Cancer

National Toxicology Program: Not the First Government Study to Find Wireless Radiation Can Cause Cancer in Lab Rats

Should Cellphones Have Warning Labels? (Wall Street Journal)

Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, BerkeleyElectromagnetic Radiation Safety

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