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Study indicates mobiles phone radiation damage DNA causing cancer

Author:Anti radiation sticker Date:2012-5-18 10:18:31
There is enough research to conclude that the use of mobile phones radiation can cause brain tumors, said a new report
that finds 11 flaws in the design of a 13-country multinational research initiative launched in 2000. Findings of that effort are expected to be reported soon, and the newreport criticizes the delay. " It is our considered view that there are reasons to be
concerned about cellphones and brain tumors,” said the Aug. 25 report, which was released by international electromagnetic
radiation (EMR) activists. “We believe scientists, physicians, health advocates and concerned citizens should call on their national governments to take a strong public health stand on this issue.” “Exposure to cellphone radiation is the largest human
health experiment ever undertaken, without informed consent, and has some 4 billion participants enrolled,”
complained Lloyd Morgan, lead author of the report and a member of the Bioelectromagnetics Society. “Science
has shown increased risk of brain tumors from use of cellphones, as well as increased risk of eye cancer, salivary
gland tumors, testicular cancer, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and leukemia. The public must be informed.”
The 44-page report was released by Powerwatch and the Radiation Research Trust in the United Kingdom, the EMR
Policy Institute in the U.S., and and the Peoples Initiative Foundation. It has been endorsed
by 43 scientific experts, political leaders, and othersfrom 14 countries. The report says that the wireless industry’s own research
— as well as independent studies — have shown a link between the use of mobile phones and brain tumors,
although it says some industry-backed studies —including those done as part of the Interphone initiative — “have been reporting highly questionable results in comparison with independent studies.” The report also says the dangers are highest in children, and it complains
that while some governments have released guidelines for such use, no mandates have been issued.
The report also expresses concern that exposure limits set by the FCC and the International Commission on
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) are based only on the dangers of heating, while short- and longterm
nonthermal effects at not considered. It says that research indicates that radiation from mobile phones damages
DNA, causing cancer. Mobile phone Radiation also has been shown to cause a leak in the blood-brain barrier, as well as damage
male fertility, it said. Regarding the FCC, the report  also says the agency’s warning label for cordless phones
is inadequate to protect users from harmful exposure. Among the design flaws in the Interphone effort asserted
in the report are (1) selection bias, (2) insufficient latency time, (3) the exclusion of young adults and children
in studies, (4) the failure to consider exposure from other sources of radiation, (5) the exclusion of certain
types of brain tumors, and (6) a bias in funding. The report makes a number of recommendations for
action and endorses those issued by the European Parliament in February, including that countries should (1) ban
marketing campaigns aimed only at children, (2) review the scientific basis for current exposure limits, (3) allocate
funding for independent research on the health impact of mobile phone use, particularly among children,
(4) fund an outreach campaign directed at children, (5) mandate the labeling of all wireless devices, (6) release
maps detailing the locations of cell towers, high-voltage power lines, and other RF equipment, and (7) publish an
annual report on EMR radiation. Governments should take additional actions as well,
including (1) passing legislation to award whistle-blowers who produce industry documents on the harmful effects
of mobile phones, (2) adopting “‘biologically based’ exposure guidelines and limits based on non-thermal electromagnetic
field exposure effects,” and (3) urging for the release of the Interphone results, the report said.
The report noted that 14 studies funded by the Interphone project have been published so far, but the
release of the final findings has been delayed since 2004.  In May, the International Agency for Research on Cancer,
a World Health Organization entity overseeing the initiative, said the first manuscript containing findings
had been submitted for publication and was in the peerreview process.
Is a short words many and many stuides indicates that mobile phones radiation or cell phone radiation  from mobile phones can damage public health.