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Cell Phones Linked to Acoustic Tumors for the Fourth Time
United Kingdom Created: 13 May 2013
If you still doubt that cell phone tumor studies are free of political agendas, take a look at a new paper from the U.K.
This is the fourth epidemiological study to show arisk of developing an acoustic neuroma, a tumor of the auditory nerve, following long-term use of a cell phone.
Yet, the authors neglect to highlight this keyfinding in the conclusion section of their abstract, focusing instead on the absence of an increase in brain cancer.
The research team, which includes Valerie Beral of Oxford University and Joachim Schüz of IARC, also touts the study as prospective. We disagree.
It is really no better than previous retrospective studies.
The controversy continues, with no end in sight.
Read our latest post at:
http://microwavenews.com/uk-study-points-acoustic-neuroma
Best,
Louis Slesin
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Source: Microwave News, Louis Slesin, 10 May 2013

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