SPOTLIGHT: Study: No cancer from mobiles


It's de ja vu all over again: A study carried out by the Institute of Cancer Epidemiology in Denmark has found no increased incidence of cancer among mobile phone users. But of course, with a sample size of 400,000, the critics will balk. Interestingly, the study did find a correlation between mobile phone use and cancer--more mobile phone use decreased the likelihood of developing it. Fancy that. Researchers, however, say the correlation is simply that increased mobile phone use indicates being from the upper-income demographic, which in turn leads to a lower incidence of cancer. Article

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