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Should more taxpayer money be spent on finding a possible link between cell phones and cancer-causing radiation?

  • More taxpayer money should be spent on finding a possible link between cell phones and cancer

    More taxpayer money should be spent on finding a possible link between cell phones and cancer-causing radiation. This is because of the fact that this issue hasn't been delved into deep enough. If cell phones are causing cancer, which is a terrible epidemic, than we should know so as to curve the cancer problem.

  • It's a possibility.

    Yes, more taxpayer money should be spent on finding a possible link between cell phones and cancer causing radiation, because everyone has a cell phone. If it's true that there is a link, it is something that affects all of us, and we are about to have a major health crisis on our hands.

  • There is no link, it's been studied, get over it.

    This is not something that requires more taxpayer money to be wasted on. The woo-woo warriors who think that radio waves from cell phones are killing them will never accept the fact that this has been researched heavily. They will never accept the fact that no health problems have been found. It's time to simply ignore them.

  • Tax-payers should not have to pay for cell phone research.

    There are plenty of causes that are more deserving of funds than cancer research for cell phones. There is a simple solution to that. Cell phones can be taxed for the research to be conducted much like tobacco was forced to fund its cancer research. Regular funds should not be dedicated to this assumption until it has actually been proven to be a real problem.


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