Study: No cancer risk from cell phones

The Institute of Cancer Research said that it found no direct evidence that cell phones cause cancer. Researchers concluded that 10 years of cell phone use results in no increased risk of acoustic neuroma, a tumor in the nerve connecting the ear to the brain. Researchers studied more than 4,200 individuals in the UK, Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden. Researchers did caution that more study was needed.

For more on the latest cell phone cancer study:
- go to this piece from UPI


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