Canadian parliament approves report on mobile radiation

Thursday 18 June 2015 | 15:16 CET | News
The Canadian House of Commons standing committee on health has unanimously approved a report and tabled twelve recommendations concerning the safety of mobile phones and Wi-Fi electromagnetic radiation. The new government to be elected in October will respond to the report, for which the MPs heard from wireless industry representatives and international scientists. The recommendations call for the government, in collaboration with provincial health departments, to examine existing cancer data collection methods to improve the collection of information relating to the use of wireless devices

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