Breast Cancer and the Cell Phone?
More Research to Consider
Wireless RF-Radiation “should be regarded as carcinogenic requiring urgent revision of current exposure guidelines."
~Dr. Lennart Hardell
Cell Phones Linked to Unusual Breast Cancers in Young Women
"The Evidence has Increased."
"Increased Risk from 1 in 400 to
1 in 65, higher for teens."
Unequivocal: "Cell Phones Cause Cancer"
“The IARC Monographs classification of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields (RF-EMF) covers the entire radiofrequency segment of the electromagnetic spectrum (30 kHz-300 GHz) including ...WiFi stations ...” --Robert A Baan PhD, IARC , 2012
Nov. 21, 2013 Dr. Anthony Miller before the Toronto Public Works and Infrastructure Committee in opposition to a request for new cell tower infrastructure. Dr. Miller makes unequivocal statements about non ionizing radiation being a probable carcinogen and urges the committee not to approve the request.
National Association for Children and Safe Technology
The research has accumulated to where experts state that wireless radiation meets Group 1 classification criteria as a carcinogen. In fact, some cancer registries are showing a rise in brain cancer. Here is what we know:
Dr. Lisa Bailey, M.D., former President of the American Cancer Society in California presents evidence on breast cancer in young women. She calls for more research and increased awareness of cell phone safety.
This presentation is from the EHT Cell Phone Expert Panel at the Commonwealth Club in 2013.