Microwaves Linked to Brain Damage in US Diplomats Also Cause Cancer and Brain Damage in Large Laboratory Study
In a recent article, published in Environmental Research, the senior US toxicologist, Ronald L. Melnick, PhD, who led the design of the National Toxicology Program (NTP) study on cell phone radiation, explains that the NTP found “clear evidence” of increased cancers in animals and why this is directly relevant to evaluating human risks from cell phone radiation.
“Even a small increase in cancer risk could have a serious health impact due to the widespread use of cell phones. Clear information on how to reduce cell phone exposure should be promoted by health and regulatory agencies, especially for children and pregnant women, as well as for those that already have cancer,” concludes Melnick.
In addition, Melnick explains how widely circulated criticisms of the NTP study are mistaken and “unfounded” and he presents scientific data debunking eight widely circulated criticisms of the NTP study.
To read the full article and to find out more visit the Environmental Health Trust website here.
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