New Study Says Cell Phones Don't Raise Cancer Risk
from the bleep-where-you-at-dog dept
The question of whether or not mobile phones cause cancer has been widely debated in medical journals -- and in the courts. But British researchers have completed the largest-ever study on the matter, concluding that mobile phone usage doesn't increase the chance a person will develop the most common type of brain tumor. Most of the studies have found no increased risk of brain cancer, but given the relatively short time people have had phones, the long-term effects remain uncertain.