Although the terms 'cell phone radiation,'
'cellular phone radiation,' 'mobile phone radiation' and 'Wi-Fi' are the terms most
frequently associated with the wireless
controversy being debated globally, the controversy itself is relevant for all wireless communication products
including IoT and 5G.
It is easy to become confused when attempting to understand the
conflicting information about the health effects attributed to wireless
communication products, particularly when it relates to cell phone
radiation. News reports describing
studies funded by or under the auspices of the industry typically begin
with titles such as "No Evidence Found" or "Clean Bill Of Heath."
But upon careful examination, there is always a caveat such as "additional
studies are required" or "the results are inconclusive." In fact, there
has never been a study or report stating that wireless products are
including those funded by the industry. Industry funded studies always add
the caveat "additional studies are required."
If you use a
cellular phone or any other wireless device, you should be concerned and
understand the facts surrounding the wireless RF Controversy. And if
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The World Health
Organization (WHO) / International Agency for Research on
Cancer (IARC) issued a
press release on May 31, 2011 advising cellular phone
radiation may cause cancer, reversing their earlier position
assuring consumers that no adverse health effects were
established. WHO now includes mobile phone use in their same
carcinogenic hazard category as lead, engine exhaust and
Respected scientists and others involved with the wired and wireless
product radiation controversy believe
the widespread use of these products is the largest epidemiological
experiment in history using unwilling test subjects. Frequently
referring to irrefutable evidence confirming the
health risks attributed to cell phone
and tower radiation and SAR safety standard
deficiencies, they cite the failure of any study to prove these products
are safe, including studies funded by the industry. In fact, the FDA knew
in 1993 that wireless products "can accelerate the development of cancer,"
according to a report in the February, 2003 issue of Microwave News. Click
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Despite the risks,
manufacturers, carriers and most regulatory agencies insist their products
comply with SAR thermal
safety standards and therefore are safe. In fact, SAR has never been
proven to be a valid measurement for determining the safety of any other wireless product.
The use of these standards are being
debated globally and it is virtually impossible for cell phone
manufacturers to obtain product liability insurance for their products.