Medscape Oncology: Do Cell Phones Cause Cancer? Maybe Yes and No

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…update: in order to read full story it might be necessary to register as Medscape user… Today, Aug. 24, 2016, website Medscape Oncology published a story about my hypothesis published on Aug. 8, 2016 in The Conversation UK. Medscape’s article … Continue reading

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Leszczynski’s blog post on The Conversation UK

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…posted on The Conversation UK on Aug. 8, 2016 at 2.57pm BST… reached 10.000+ readers on Aug. 10, 2016 at 8.40am… Today, August 8, 2016, I published my first (hopefully not the last) opinion on The Conversation, UK site. I … Continue reading

Indian scientists show the way forward

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On Wednesday morning, September 17, 2014, I had two interesting meetings. The first one with Professor Neeta Singh, Head of the Biochemistry Department at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and the President of the Indian Association on Cancer … Continue reading

Conclusions of the Canadian report confirm that EHS research, and its review, are polluted by the bad science

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Recent publication of the Canadian report on Safety Code 6 (RF-EMF and health) brought again to limelight the problem of electromagnetic hypersensitivity – EHS. Yet again, scientists and lay audiences were fed with the standard mantra in the Canadian report: … Continue reading

Confusing ‘possible carcinogenicity’ and ‘certain toxicity’ of cell phone radiation, coffee, DDT…

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Proponents and opponents of wireless communication fail to distinguish between carcinogenic and toxic effects of possible (IARC 2B category) carcinogens. ******************** In May 2011 International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified cell phone radiation as a possible human carcinogen. … Continue reading

The Truthseeker show on cell phones & health

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The Truthseeker show on the RT TV will broadcast on October 20, 2013 program on the controversy surrounding cell phone radiation and health and, according to RT TV journalist Daniel Bushell, will feature interviews with e.g. Devra Davis, Ellie Marks, … Continue reading