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Cell phone radiation: Slow Genocide?
Trinidad Created: 2 Nov 2006
Ruth Osman walks both sides of the line
The battle between two mobile service providers and members of the public over cell sites is escalating with some parties seeking legal advice and others already threatening legal action.
But is there really a link between the radiation emitted by cell sites and ailments like cancer, high blood pressure and depression?
And even if there is a connection, is it strong enough to warrant immediate action from government and civil groups?

Slow Genocide?
Prof Stephen Gift of the University of the West Indies says that the cell tower on top of the Engineering Building where he works is a personal cause for concern.
In an interview at his campus office, Gift told theSunday Express, "As we are here now, I am not satisfied that I am safe ...that causes a certain level of stress for me on a daily basis."
Gift, who conducted research for the university on the possible dangers of cell sites, is convinced that cell site radiation is hazardous to health.

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Source: Dr Roi Ankhkara Kwabena

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