05 Jul '11, 2pm

Latest Cell Phone Study: Mobile Devices Do Not Pose Cancer Risk: The British Institute of Cancer Research conclu...

Photo: Robert Davies / Istock related articles By Dan Shapley Just a month ago the International Agency for Research on Cancer made headlines by adding the radiation from cell phones to its list of substances that are "possibly carcinogenic to humans ." While that designation puts cell phone radiation on par with coffee, it nonetheless reignited the debate about the potential for non-ionizing radiation to cause brain tumors. Now, a major British research group, chaired by a member of the Institute of Cancer Research, has concluded that the research to date shows little evidence of a link between cell phones and brain cancers. "Although there remains some uncertainty, the trend in the accumulating evidence is increasingly against the hypothesis that mobile phone use can cause brain tumors in adults ," the researchers write of their review of the available science in Environ...

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