Norway PT says mobiles, wireless kit pose no health risk

Friday 14 September 2012 | 12:29 CET | News
Norwegian communications regulator PT said a committee of experts has found there is no proof that radiation from mobile telephones and wireless networks causes cancer or otherwise damages health. PT section chief Per Eirik Heimdal was a member of the committee, which was led by Jan Alexander, assistant director of the Pubic Health Institute. PT had contributed monitoring expertise to the committee. PT has radiation monitors at five regional offices and it the Lillesand headquarters.

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