Mobiles in hospitals debate coming to a close?

One of the many ongoing debates in the wireless industry is whether mobile phones belong in the hospital, since some claim the wireless signals could cause interference with some hospital equipment. After a lull in the debate, a lack of hard evidence in support of the interference claims recently convinced the U.K.'s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to change its advice to lawmakers, but others say new concerns like patients' privacy in the midst of all those cameraphones may be the next battle for hospitals and the anti-mobile crowd.

For more on mobile phones in the hospital:
- see this article from The Daily Mail

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