In this video Dr. Moskowitz discusses the state of science on wireless and brain cancer. Read Brain Tumor Rates Are Rising in the US: The Role of Cell Phone & Cordless Phone Use
Q: If this radiation increases brain cancer then will it increase other cancer risks?
A: Considering increasing case reports are already showing links to young women getting rare breast cancer tumors directly under the place they carried their phone in their bra, it would make sense that wireless exposure could cause an array of other cancers. Research shows DNA is damaged. Why wait to take precautions?
We do not want our children to be cancer cases to be researched and discussed. Let's stop this experimentation on our children!
We hope you will watch cancer researcher Dr. Anthony Miller talk on how
'the evidence has increased.'
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"Increased Risk from 1 in 400 to
1 in 65, higher for teens."
RF-EMF emissions (Wireless radiation) "should be regarded as carcinogenic to humans, classifying it as group 1 according to the International Agency for the Research on Cancer classification. Current guidelines for exposure need to be urgently revised.”
Scientists are very concerned. Significant research shows that wireless radiation increases cancer risk. Latest reports state that cancer registries are showing an increase in cancers linked to wireless cell phone use.