July 22, 2011
The World Health Organization even admits that cell phone emissions warrant further study to the possibility that cell phone radiation causes cancer. How, ridiculous that one would even listen to the WHO, even though they are partially admitting the truth about cell phones.
An article excerpt from CNN reads;
(CNN) — San Francisco is once again moving forward with its controversial plan to warn consumers about potential health risks related to cell phone use.
This week, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors gave preliminary approval to a revised ordinance that would require cell phone retailers to provide information to customers about radio frequency energy emissions from cell phones. This energy can be absorbed by the head and body, and retailers also would have to explain how consumers can limit this exposure.
Are cell phones dangerous? A couple of months ago, the World Health Organization released a report classifying cell phone radiation exposure as “possibly carcinogenic to humans.”
This does not mean that cell phones cause cancer, but rather that WHO believes the possible risk warrants further research. WHO classified this risk in a catch-all category that includes a broad range of substances, from DDT to coffee.
In March, the National Institutes of Health published a research article that concluded: “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.”
Californian cities are even becoming awake to the dangers of cell phones.
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The Kuwait Times posted this;
There is a possibility that cell phones may be classified as gadgets that injure human health in a decade’s time, says a medical expert. Just like how cigarettes were eventually identified as being carcinogenic, cell phones could face the same fate. Carcinogen is any substance, radionuclide, or radiation that is an agent directly involved in causing cancer. Audiology Specialist, Dr Hossam Sanyelbahaa Talaat believes cigarettes were just identified as a potential carcinogen.
During the first 100 years of its existence, their popularity was not tarnished. “Just like the cigarettes, cell phones, could eventually be classified as carcinogenic and harmful to humans. I would say maybe in less than 10 years, a relatively shorter duration compared to the ‘harmless’ time frame enjoyed by cigarettes. Cell phones will be classified as being harmful to humans,” asserted Dr Hossam, a well-known ENT professor at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt.
Now the scary thought is that cell phones are carcinogenic like cigarettes!
A lot of people are almost forced to use cell phones depending on their field of work or pace of life, thus adding to the risk of cancer for certain individuals.