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NL Health Board inconclusive about mobile radiation effects

Friday 14 June 2013 | 09:31 CET | News
More and more long term research is needed to investigate the link between electromagnetic fields and the occurrence of certain brain tumors, the Health Advisory Board wrote on 3 June, when submitting their conclusions to the Dutch ministry of infrastructure and the environment. The board has looked into the matter, with the participation of professors and researchers. A meta study of available epidemiological studies have yielded no clear evidence of an actual link. Very weak and inconsistent evidence was found only for gliomas (malignant brain tumors), in association with the prolonged use

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