Can Cell Phones Can Cause
Brain Cancer Part 1
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This summer, Ronald Herberman, director of the University of
Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, sent a memo to staffers warning
them to limit their cell phone use and to use hands-free
sets in the wake of "growing evidence that we should reduce
exposure" to cell phone radiation. Among the possible
consequences: an increased risk of brain cancer.
Five months later, a top official at the National Cancer
Institute (NCI) told a congressional panel that published
scientific data indicates cell phones are safe.
So what's the deal? Do cell phones cause cancer—or not?
It depends on whom you ask: Herberman, Robert Hoover,
director of NCI's Epidemiology and Biostatistics Program,
and other health officials recently clashed during a hearing
before the House Subcommittee on Domestic Policy held to
determine whether mobile phones are safe.
"Long term and frequent use of cell phones which receive and
emit radio frequency may be associated with an increased
risk of brain tumors," Herberman told lawmakers. "I find the
old adage 'better to be safe than sorry' to be very apt to
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