'Researchers at the Ramazzini Institute in Bologna, Italy, published duplicating research results and data regarding brain and heart tumors in Sprague-Dawley rats exposed to mobile phone radiofrequencies (RFs) from prenatal life to their natural death, similar to what the National Toxicology Project research performed  and found to be scientifically factual.
The report, which I encourage everyone to read—especially States Public Utility Commissioners and the Federal Communications Commission—to learn and to understand what you apparently don’t know about electromagnetic frequencies transmitted using microwaves and radiofrequencies, specifically from every-day, ubiquitous cell phones, iPhones, etc.
The Conclusion of the Ramazzini study states:
The RI findings on far field exposure to RFR are consistent with and reinforce the results of the NTP study on near field exposure, as both reported an increase in the incidence of tumors of the brain and heart in RFR-exposed Sprague-Dawley rats. These tumors are of the same histotype of those observed in some epidemiological studies on cell phone users. These experimental studies provide sufficient evidence to call for the reevaluation of IARC conclusions regarding the carcinogenic potential of RFR in humans.
It’s going to be interesting to see what the NTP’s Scheduled Peer Review of March 26 to 28, 2018 comes up with. Certainly, Ramazzini Institute seemingly has called “check mate” on NTP and, personally, I truly hope there is no back-pedaling on the part of NTP reviewers. If there is, there should be total scientific backlash, in my opinion. Consensus science should not rule over actual factual science!'
Read more: Ramazzini Institute Rat Study Confirms National Toxicology Project Results: Cancers From Mobile Phone Frequencies