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Cellphones are dangerous/not dangerous, chapter 8041

Ryan Block, @ryan
08.30.05
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According to London researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research in England, a ten-year study concluded there is no increased risk of tumor generation in use of cellphones near the ear or head—but they're unsure about what their study may find in the years ahead. Uh, that's about it. Gee, where have we heard that song and dance (or directly contradictory evidence) about thirty or so times before, hmm?

[Thanks, Drew]

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