Friday, January 20, 2006

BBC NEWS | Health | Mobiles 'don't raise cancer risk'

BBC NEWS Health Mobiles 'don't raise cancer risk': "Alasdair Philips, director of campaign group Powerwatch, says the study 'doesn't really prove anything'.
'I think they should have waited another couple of years and recruited more people with brain tumours so they could have interviewed them, because the trouble was they went back a few years and the people had died.
'If you get a grade four glioma you can die within a year or 18 months of it being diagnosed, and these people are just gone, so they couldn't get their mobile phone history.' "

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