Do cell phones cause cancer?

Research has been done to answer the question, "Do cell phones cause cancer?", but it hasn't produced conclusive results. A variety of studies both support and deny a link between cell phone use and cancer risk.

Several organizations have performed studies and multiple variables are considered, including the following: long-term exposure side effects, short-term exposure side effects, benign vs. malignant tumors and child vs. adult exposure.

, the National Cancer Institute has compiled studies and results from various organizations. Review them to create your own conclusion or read specific study reports from the following organizations:

The varying evidence and results reveal that a link to cell phone use and cancer risk is still to be determined.

Josh Kermisch
Posted August 15, 2011


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