The inconvenient truth about cancer and mobile phones
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of The Guardian (One of the UK's leading newspapers)
Posted: April 6th, 2019
On 28 March this year, the scientific peer review of a landmark United States government study concluded that there is clear evidence that radiation from mobile phones causes cancer, specifically, a heart tissue cancer in rats that is too rare to be explained as random occurrence. The study, which was done by the National Toxicology Program of the US Department of Health and Human Services and ranks among the largest conducted of the health effects of mobile phone radiation. NTP scientists had exposed thousands of rats and mice (whose biological similarities to humans make them useful indicators of human health risks) to doses of radiation equivalent to an average mobile users lifetime exposure. The peer review scientists repeatedly upgraded the confidence levels the NTPs scientists and staff had attached to the study, fuelling critics suspicions that the NTPs leadership had tried to downplay the findings. Thus the peer review also found some evidence one step below clear evidence of cancer in the brain and adrenal glands. The Internet of Things will require augmenting todays 4G technology with 5G technology, thus massively increasing the general populations exposure to radiation, according to a petition signed by 236 scientists worldwide who have published more than 2,000 peer-reviewed studies and represent a significant portion of the credentialled scientists in the radiation research field, according to Joel Moskowitz ... at the University of California.
Note: Read also an excellent article showing how the wireless industry has been campaigning all out to erase any information that cell phones and wireless might be dangerous. Also worthy of attention is a Harvard study titled "How the Federal Communications Commission Is Dominated by the Industries It Presumably Regulates". For more along these lines, see concise summaries of deeply revealing news articles on the risks and dangers of wireless technologies.