Lithuania survey finds public worried about mobile effects

Thursday 22 October 2009 | 13:49 CET | News
Almost 90 percent of Lithuanians believe that electromagnetic radiation is harmful for health, and 71 percent believe that mobile antennas could cause cancer. Lithuanian residents 16 to 74 years old participated in the poll carried out by public opinion research company Nielsen Baltics in September. Some 66 percent of participants believe that long calls on mobile phones could be a cause of cancer.

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Countries: Lithuania
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