'A recent U.S government-funded study conducted by the NTP (National Toxicology Programme) a division of the NIEHS (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences) provides even more ammunition for the case that cell phone EMF (electromagnetic field) radiation is linked to cancer by causing brain tumours. However, contrary to popular belief, the new findings indicated that the harm was not brain cancer, per se, nor was this the primary cause. The study, one of the most extensive yet, found that above all, cell phone EMF radiation was linked to DNA damage and heart tumours.
As subjects, the study involved some 3000 rats and mice. Male rats were the most prone to developing heart tumours. DNA damage leading to cellular and heart tissue damage was found in both male and female rats, but not mice. However, both species suffered from tumours in the liver, pancreas and prostate during frequent and excessive long-term exposure to 2G, 3G radiation emitted from cell phones’ antennae (What About 4G and 5G??).
On finding the DNA damage in rats, the research challenges the preconceived idea that non-ionizing radiation from cell phones does not cause harm.
Interpreting these findings: How does this relate to humans?
In spite of the findings, John Bucher, Ph.D., the study’s lead researcher, said that they were unable to place much confidence in their research, because:
*The animals had the high exposure rates of 9 hours cell phone radiation per day for 2 years (rat’s average life expectancy). He basically said that it would therefore be difficult to extrapolate these high exposure rates and relate them to how the cell phone radiation would affect humans.'
Read more: New Research Shows Cell Phone Radiation Linked To DNA Damage Brain And Heart Tumours
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