'So why are millions of “Smart” Meters still installed and why are there plans to install even more?
On September 10, 2014 the American Cancer Society posted a rather long and detailed statement on their website about Smart Meters and Cancer. The following information was included in the statement:
“Because RF radiation is a possible carcinogen, and smart meters give off RF radiation, it is possible that smart meters could increase cancer risk.”
If you weren’t aware of this before now, you certainly aren’t alone.
Now that you are aware of the possibility of increased cancer risk from “Smart” Meters, does this change how you feel about utility companies installing them on the inside or outside of your home or anywhere else for that matter?
The American Cancer Society isn’t the only organization who has raised red flags on “Smart” meters. At the same time, when reading the entire ACS statement, it’s not easy to understand exactly what they’re trying to tell us. Many seem to be confused including environmental groups, media sources, and utility companies. They often reference the ACS as stating there is no cancer risk associated with “Smart” Meters despite the fact that they included this information in their statement:
“…it is possible that smart meters could increase cancer risk.”'
Read more: The American Cancer Society Claimed 'Smart' Meters Could Increase Cancer Risk – In 2014
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