Cellphones and Brain Cancer: Is There a Link?

Calling up the latest research for more answers

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It’s understandable you might be concerned that regularly talking on a cellphone could increase your risk of developing a brain tumor, as study results suggesting an association between cellphone use and brain abnormalities have made the news from time to time. And cellphones do emit radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. Those fields have been ubiquitous ever since […]

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