Studies Reject Cell Phone and Brain Cancer Link

Studies Reject Cell Phone and Brain Cancer Link

Bethesda, Md.
Two new studies released last month on the connection between cellular phones and brain tumors conclude that cell-phone users are no more likely than anyone else to develop benign tumors or malignant brain cancers. One study, funded by the National Cancer Institute, was released weeks prior to its scheduled publication in the New England Journal of Medicine. Its release coincided with that of another study sponsored by the cell-phone industry and the federal government. The results of the second study were published last month in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
Experts believe the studies should help lessen the fears many Americans have that cell phones can cause brain cancer.  



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