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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Your cell phone may be increasing your risk of brain cancer. This warning has come from no less than the World Health Organisation(WHO).

Hands- free devices or texting should be favoured to be on the safe side, the WHO recommends. This is the first time the world body has linked wireless phones with cancer but it has not quantified the risk. There has been mounting concern about the possibility of adverse health effects of cell phone use. The statement, therefore, rings the alarm bells since around five- billion people are estimated to be using mobile phones globally and the number is growing.

An analysis and review carried out by WHO's cancer research arm - International Agency for Research on Cancer ( IARC) - has found limited evidence of glioma or brain cancer and neuroma or tumour of nerve tissue among cell phone users. However, one study of cell phone use up to the year 2004 showed a 40 per cent increased risk of glioma in the heavy users - 30 minutes per day over a 10- year period.

Based on this, the WHO has listed the radiation associated with cell phone - radiofrequency electromagnetic fields - as " possibly carcinogenic to humans" . The analysis on exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields was carried out by a working group comprising 31 scientists from 14 countries during May 24- 31 at IARC in France. Studies related to personal exposure associated with the use of wireless telephones, occupational exposure to radar and microwaves and environmental exposure associated with transmission of signals for radio, television and wireless communication were considered.

Dr Jonathan Samet from the University of Southern California and chairman of the working group said the evidence, which is still being accumulated, is strong enough to support a conclusion that " there could be some risk and, therefore, we need to keep a close watch for a link between cell phones and cancer risk". " Given the potential consequences for public health of this classification and findings, it's important that additional research be conducted into the long- term, heavy use of mobile phones. Pending the availability of such information, it is important to take pragmatic measures to reduce exposure to radiation, such as hands- free devices or texting," IARC director Christopher Wild said. The recommendations of the working group will be published in the journal The Lancet Oncology in July.

In India, a study carried out by scientists at the School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, on rats had found biochemical changes in the animal's brain, which indicated tumour promotion due to cell phone radiation. " We also found a break in the DNA and micronuclei formation," Prof J. Behari, who led the study, said. " There was also a decrease in sperm count and possibility of infertility in animals." " Since cell phone radiation seems to affect the central nervous system, other systems also get affected," Behari said.

Dr K. K. Handa from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences ( AIIMS)' s department of ear, nose and throat disorders said there is strong suspicion that cell phones may be increasing the risk of cancer. The institute gets scores of patients with hearing loss, ringing in ear, loss of concentration and headache associated with cell phone use.

Despite concerns on the risks associated with use of cell phones, the Indian Council of Medical Research ( ICMR) is yet to initiate a study. " We will be studying the effects of radiofrequency radiations emitted from cell phones on human health, especially with respect to neurological aspects, the reproductive system and cancer," Dr R. S. Sharma, deputy director- general of ICMR, said.

The study will be carried out at AIIMS. Risk to the cardiovascular system and ear, nose and throat would also be included in the study in the second phase. The risk is not just associated with the use of cell phones. Cell phone towers are also a major health hazard. A survey carried out at 100 locations found unsafe radiation levels at most places.

An inter- ministerial committee report earlier this year had said mobile phone radiation from towers poses health risks such as loss of memory and concentration. It also attributed disappearance of butterflies, bees, insects and sparrows from big cities to mobile phone radiations. It recommended that mobile phones that do not adhere to standards should be barred and mobile towers should not be installed near high- density residential areas, schools, playgrounds and hospitals.

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