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Major study on cell phones and cancer comes up inconclusive

Published 05/16/2010

The 10-year study, which was conducted by the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer, concluded there were “suggestions” that heavy use could increase the risk of glioma but “biases and error prevent a causal interpretation” that would directly blame cell phone radiation for the tumor.

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