StopUMTS Logo
how to get rid of moles 
Zoeken
   
Voorlichting
21/06/18Aarding en advies elektri
20/06/18Antennebureau: Resultaten
Artikelen
15/06/18The 25% Revolution—How
07/06/18Bees, Birds and mankind D
07/06/18Is your high blood sugar
04/06/18Verstouwbare waterafstote
31/05/18Fatal collision? Are wire
29/05/18Researcher Explains How E
Berichten Nederland
21/06/18Leeuwarden: straling 5G n
18/06/18‘Nederland wordt digita
15/06/18Duurzaam Antennebeleid We
15/06/1816 juni: Internationale E
09/06/18Buurt in Kerkdriel wil ze
Berichten België
16/06/18Scherpenheuvel-Zichem: Be
14/06/18Tommelein laat straling d
Berichten Internationaal
19/06/18Oostenrijk: Wordt uitzend
07/06/18Oostenrijk: Ärztekammer
04/06/18The roll out of 5G wirele
03/06/18Top mobile phone firms wa
Ervaringen | Appellen/oproepen
28/05/18Stralingsarme werkplek
28/05/18Ervaring in Denemarken
23/05/18Energieverbruik 2 keer zo
Onderzoeken
21/06/18Absorption of wireless ra
17/06/18Metabolic and Genetic Scr
12/06/18The human skin as a sub-T
Veel gestelde vragen
13/05/17Vakantie? Witte zo
10/07/16Zeven veel gestelde vrage
Juridische informatie
01/06/18Wetgeving hoogspanningsli
15/05/18Brit dad sues Nokia for u
02/03/18Formal Complaint to the E
Oproepen
15/06/18Stem voor plan voor een w
24/05/18Lezing in Westerhoven: Sm
25/04/18Workshop: EHS en omgaan m
Folders
10/09/17Brochures, folders, websi
29/04/16USA: Meer dan 50 tips voo
Briefwisselingen | Archief: 2008, 2005
28/05/18Elektromagnetische velden
23/05/18Mail naar Brandpunt over
Illustraties
 Algemeen
 Fotoalbum zendmasten
 Wetenschappelijke illustraties
Mobile phones cause lethal type of brain cancer, major study expected to declare    
Ga naar overzicht berichten in: Artikelen

Mobile phones cause lethal type of brain cancer, major study expected to declare
donderdag, 16 november 2017 - Dossier: Algemeen


Bron: wddty.com/news/2017/11/mobile-phones-cause-lethal-type-of-brain-cancer-major-study-expected-to-declare.html?utm_source=Boomtrain&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=enews_14112017&bt_ee=XIcSFLVrZs2fgGMTXljs9lEDQnUHrVspEl2Khrj3R8TKXOXPnSpi9xHgoUDS2E2K&bt_ts=1510656646023
13 nov. 2017

An important study into the safety of mobile (cell) phones is expected to report early next year that the
devices can trigger the most lethal form of brain cancer, glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).


The US National Toxicology Program (NTP) will shortly release the full results of its $25m research
project that involved exposing laboratory mice and rats to 10-minute bursts of cell-phone radiation
for two years.

In an early release of the initial findings, the NTP researchers discovered that brain tumours had
developed in the male rats, and that DNA in their brains had been damaged—something
that sceptics have said was not biologically possible.

Anticipating the full results, some academics are already calling for a reclassification of mobile
phone radiation as a definite carcinogen (cancer-causing agent) in humans. Dr Anthony B Miller, a
professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, stated at a
lecture last month: ''The evidence indicating wireless is carcinogenic has increased and can
no longer be ignored.''

Dr Miller was part of the working group created by the World Health Organization that,
in 2011, classified mobile phone radiation as a group 2B carcinogen, which means it is possibly
harmful to humans.

But he says that, based on new evidence from the NTP and others, the classification should
be stronger, and reflect the true harm that the radiation can cause.

The early findings of the NTP study, which was initiated by the US's Food and Drug Administration
(FDA), had a mixed reception. The American Cancer Society altered its advice about mobile phone
use and urged people to limit the time the phones are held to the head, but others—including
groups funded by the mobile phone industry—were sceptical. They pointed out that brain cancer rates
haven't increased in the years mobile phones have been used, but that is true only for brain tumours
in general, while rates of GBMs have risen.


Ga terug naar het hoofdmenu
Afdrukken | Vragen | RSS | Disclaimer