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Posted Wed Sep 9 2009: from Los Angeles Times:
Cellphones and brain tumors: Report revives nagging questions
People have been asking for years whether cellphones can give you a brain tumor. And for years, the wireless industry has been telling us not to worry our pretty heads. So that's settled, right? Maybe not. A group called the International EMF Collaborative issued a report the other day warning that cellphones may be more dangerous than users have been led to believe by health authorities. The report, titled "Cellphones and Brain Tumors: 15 Reasons for Concern," says the latest research indicates that regular use of cellphones can result in a "significant" risk of brain tumors. It also says kids are at greater risk than adults because their still-developing brain cells are more vulnerable to electromagnetic radiation.
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