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+ - 11-Year UK Study Reports No Health Danger from Mobile Phone Transmissions

Submitted by Mark.JUK
Mark.JUK (1222360) writes "The United Kingdom's 11-years long Mobile Telecommunications and Health Research Programme (MTHR) has today published a comprehensive report that summarises 31 research projects, which investigated the potential for biological or adverse health effects of mobile phone and wireless signals on humans (e.g. as a cause for various cancers or other disorders).

The good news is that the study, which has resulted in nearly 60 papers appearing in peer-reviewed scientific journals, found "no evidence" of a danger from mobile transmissions in the typically low frequency radio spectrum bands (e.g. 900MHz and 1800MHz etc.). So if you’re wearing them, you can finally remove those tin foil hats."
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11-Year UK Study Reports No Health Danger from Mobile Phone Transmissions

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