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Now a decade later the controversy continues, with the Wireless Phone industry and some American public health agencies saying there is no or very little health risk in using cell phones. But many researches state that enough evidence has been obtained through independent scientific studies worldwide to warn consumers that there are definite harmful effects from Electromagnetic Frequencies (EMF) emitted from Wireless Phones and in all likelihood these emissions can cause Brain Cancer.

A definitive answer is supposed to have come from the Interphone International Study Group, which began in 2000 and ended in 2006.

However, continuing internal squabbling among the researchers as to how to interpret the risks of EMF emissions by cell phones has stalled the publication. It appears that the divisions among the researchers have focused on whether the faulty memories of the participant skewed the study’s results. In the meantime, some individual countries involved in the study are starting to release results and some of the results show increased risk of brain tumors for people who have used their cell phones for more than 10 years on the same side of the head. Unfortunately, because national samples are a smaller segment of the whole study, the information has not been considered as significant as the collective information of the study.

In the meantime, approximately 270 million people use cell phones everyday in America alone. Worldwide it is estimated there are roughly 4 billion cell phone users to date. Among these figures are teenagers and children whose skulls are thinner and whose brains are not fully developed until around the age of 20. This age group is particularly vulnerable in that they absorb as much as twice the emissions than adults.

The Interphone International study group was funded by the European Union and other national and local government funding bodies as well as the GSM Association (Global System for Mobile communications) and the Mobile Manufacturers Forum, an international non-profit organization founded in 1998 by a number of leading manufacturers of mobile radio equipment. The study group was comprised of a research team of 50 scientists from 13 countries including Australia, Canada, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

In a more recent study, the International EMF Collaborative released their “Cell phones and Brain Tumors 15 Reasons for Concern” study to counter the Interphone study claiming the reasons the study has been held up for years for publication is due to serious flaws in its overall design causing a great underestimation of brain tumor risk. The flaws they state included categorizing subjects who used portable phones as not being exposed, which in reality these phones emit the same EMF Radiation as cell phones. The study also excluded many Brain Tumor types as well as people who had died or were so ill from their Brain Tumor they couldn’t be interviewed, and it also excluded children and teenagers, who are most vulnerable to EMFs.

The EMF Collaborative study is not one of the first to show cell phones increase users risk for Brain Cancer. In 2006, a similar report was released by the Dutch Health Council in Sweden and there have been other European and American studies that have released comparable reports. Also, the EMF Collaborative has received numerous endorsements from American and European doctors, scientists and experts. Lloyd Morgan, a retired Berkeley, CA electronic engineer and one of the authors of the study, developed a Brain Tumor in 1995 and was told by doctor that the Tumor was more than likely caused by his work around Electromagnetic Fields. Morgan believes that cell phones, which emit EMF, have caused and will cause brain tumors. He feels when looking at the independent research, the results present a direct correlation between brain cancer causation and cell phone usage.

On the other hand, if you look at the research funded by those involved in the cell phone industry, it is written in such a way as to appear that there are no risks or evidence of a Cell phone Brain Cancer link. According to Lloyd Morgan, he has stated, "Exposure to cell phone radiation is the largest human health experiment ever undertaken, without informed consent, and has some 4 billion participants enrolled. Science has shown increased risk of brain tumors from use of cell phones… The public must be informed."

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