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Endnu en undersøgelse om mobilstråling
« on: August 01, 2016, 04:43:43 pm »
TWO-YEAR STUDY SHOWS
CELLPHONE RADIATION
BOOSTS CANCER IN RATS
US National Toxicology
T issue he Program
(NTP) is expected to
a public announcement that
cellphone radiation presents a
cancer risk for humans. The move
comes soon after its recently
completed
study
showed
statistically significant increases in
cancer among rats that had been
exposed to GSM or CDMA signals
for two years.
Discussions
are
currently
underway among federal agencies on
how to inform the public about the
new findings. NTP senior managers
believe that these results should be
released as soon as possible
because just about everyone is
exposed to wireless radiation all the
time and therefore everyone is
potentially at risk.
The new results contradict the
conventional wisdom, advanced by
doctors, biologists, physicists,
epidemiologists,
engineers,
journalists and government officials,
among other pundits, that such
effects are impossible.
This view is based, in part, on the
lack of an established mechanism for
RF (radiofrequency) radiation from
cellphones to induce cancer.
The NTP findings show that as the
intensity of the radiation increased,
so did the incidence of cancer among
the rats. "There was a significant
dose–response relationship," a
reliable source, who has been
briefed on the results, told Microwave
News. No effect was seen among
mice. The source asked that their
name not be used because the NTP
has not yet made a formal
announcement.
The rats were exposed to three
different exposure levels (1.5, 3.0 and
6.0 W/kg, whole body exposures) and
two different types of cellphone
radiation, GSM and CDMA.
(Source: MicrowaveNews.com, 25 May 2016,
http://tinyurl.com/hesvugr)