The Cellular Cancer Risk: How Real Is It?Bart Ziegler
For years, scientists and the public have grown increasingly concerned about a possible cancer risk from electromagnetic emissions. First, it was from high-tension power lines, then electric blankets and the electric motors in bedside clocks. Now, a new specter has appeared: pocket-sized cellular phones.
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