New study says cellphones CAN give you cancer

Well here’s some serious rain on humanity’s latest parade:   Cell phones can indeed give you cancer.

Who will tell the children?

In a decade long, landmark study, it turns out that long term use of cell phones ‘significantly increases risk’ of tumors.


How much you want to bet that people just decide to ignore this? They should at least be using EMF Protection strategies to minimise the risk!

I mean, who wants to give up their cell phone?

The “funny” thing (not funny ha-ha but funny queer) about this is that they just don’t know how to break it to the public:

Publication of the results of the £20million investigation have been delayed over disagreements how best to present the conclusions.

Maybe they should spend another ten years and twenty million pounds doing a study on how to tell the cell-phone loving public.  

I’m sure the corporatocracy would gladly delay this as long as possible.

And it’s sort of embarrassing for the governments as well:

The findings are expected to put pressure on the British Government, which has always insisted that mobile phones are safe to use.

Sorry, I realize this is bad news.   But something we should all be aware of.

Might want to spread it around.


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    • Inky99 on October 29, 2009 at 19:17

    I guess I have to add one just to see if anybody’s paying attention.  🙂

    Tip me if you read it just so I know I’m not wasting my time.  Thanks.

    • rossl on October 29, 2009 at 23:30

    We just need to realize that it’s not safe to have them very close to our bodies.  I mean, that’s why I keep mine in my bookbag during school.  And why I use speakerphone as often as possible.  And why I text instead of call most of the time.

    • TMC on October 30, 2009 at 00:47

    So everyone knows what a glioma is:

    A glioma is a type of tumor that starts in the brain or spine. It is called a glioma because it arises from glial cells. The most common site of gliomas is the brain

    It is the same type of tumor that Sen. Ted Kennedy had.

    • jamess on October 30, 2009 at 02:01

    now I got another good reason,

    for not owning a Cell Phone!

    No Electronic Leash for me.

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