Yes, cell phones should be studied for possible links between radiation and cancer, because it could be a potential problem. Since cell phones are new, we really don't know what the long-term problems are. With as many people have and use cell phones, we should research what the effects are going to be.
Cell phones are using more and more risky materials for not just the batteries, but the screens and the processors. These rare metals claim to be harmless in small doses, but I'm not sure if these small doses are congruent with prolonged exposure. I'm not completely confident that having radio and gps waves being broadcast directly into my head is absolutely safe. It's worth studying.
Cell phones should be studied for possible links between radiation and cancer. With the amount of people that are using cell phones currently, it would be extremely beneficial for the link between cell phones and cancer to be studied further. People are now using the speaker phone option on their phone for cell phone calls, partly because it is convenient, and partly because we do not know yet whether the long term effects of holding cell phones to our ears may cause cancer.
The use of cell phones and their cancer causing effects should be studied. This has been an ongoing discussion for years, and it's about time we lay the entire thing to rest once and for all. With all the debate and discussion over it, it's only right, and we have to let the experts do the job.
There has been no rise in the rate of brain cancers despite a massive increase in the use of cell phones. If cell phones were causing cancer we could expect a significant rise in the rate of brain and other related cancers. According to the National Cancer Institute, there was no increase in the incidence of brain or other nervous system cancers between the years 1987 and 2005 despite the fact that cell phone use dramatically increased during those same years.
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