Cell Phone Radiation Could Cause Brain Cancer

There is a YUGE federal study linking cell phone radiation to brain cancer.

According to a multi-year study from the federal National Toxicology Program (NTP), the radiation emitted from wireless devices could cause brain cancer.

These results seem to confirm human evidence used by the World Health Organization.

WHO has already announced that cell phone radiation is a possible carcinogen.

The research discovered that male rats exposed to radio-frequency (RF) radiation had a larger chance of being diagnosed with a brain cancer called malignant glioma, and also developing a tumor found on the heart.

The radiation levels the rats were exposed to included power levels that current cell phones are allowed to emit.

This study from the National Toxicology Program, part of the National Institute for Health, was conducted on laboratory animals to help determine what the potential risks might be for people, noted Environmental Working Group (EWG) President Ken Cook.

He said, “The federal government isn’t exposing rats to cell phone radiation because we’re concerned about rats getting cancer from cell phone use.

These studies are done because of their relevance to people and this particular study raises serious concerns.”

David Andrews, PhD, a senior scientist with EWG added, "By confirming the connection between cell phone radiation and malignant tumors in male rats, the NTP’s study raises concerns for risks to people to a new level.”

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