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“Controversial study on cellphone hazards.” ~ Doc Meek

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Monday, April 18, 2011. Today, once again, I am grateful for Pat Wyman and her HowToLearn.com website. I have long known that cellphone EMR (Electromagnetic Radiation) interferes with cell signalling and learning. Pat looks at the possibility of cancer in cellphone users. ~ Doc Meek

Today: New article on the HowToLearn.com blog –

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Does Your Cellphone Cause Cancer?

We would love to hear your replies on the blog to the
question about cellphones and cancer.

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The New York Times recently released an astonishingand extensive article on this subject.

What do you have to say?

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Warmly,
Pat Wyman
Founder, HowToLearn.com

The Center for New Discoveries in Learning, Inc., 4535 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 200, Las Vegas, NV 89102

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Thank you Pat Wyman and HowToLearn.com for highlighting our cellphone awareness!

Doc Meek, Mon, Apr 18, 2011, Sherwood Park, AB, CANADA

ADDENDUM:

INTERPHONE study released: Heavy mobile users risk cancer

cell-phone-brain-tumor-713.png Time Online reports on the first in a series of combined data analyses of head and neck tumours published as part of the internationally coordinated INTERPHONE project, a 10-year study — the largest of its kind, compiling research from 13 countries, overseen by the World Health Organisation.

Results of the much anticipated report have been delayed over time as researchers disagreed over how to interpret the data. Below are excerpts from the report: 

quotemarksright.jpg People who use their mobile phones for at least 30 minutes a day for 10 years have a greater risk of developing brain cancer. The chance of suffering from a malignant tumour is increased by more than a third with prolonged use.

 The results of the study, which will be published this week, show that only those in the “heaviest user” category are at increased risk of developing glioma tumours, a type of brain cancer.

 This category, however, includes anyone who regularly uses their handset for more than 30 minutes a day.

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