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2008\07\23@221737 by Funny NYPD

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Pittsburgh cancer center warns of cell phone risks
PITTSBURGH (AP) - The head of a prominent cancer research institute
issued an unprecedented warning to his faculty and staff Wednesday:
Limit cell phone use because of the possible risk of cancer.
The warning from Dr. Ronald B. Herberman, director of the University of
Pittsburgh Cancer Institute, is contrary to numerous studies that don't
find a link between cancer and cell phone use, and a public lack of
worry by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Funny N.
Au Group Electronics, New Bedford, MA,


2008\07\23@231827 by Vasile Surducan

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It's not new. Any microwave radiation is interacting with the cells
from our body. Soft tissues (brain, livery, fat) are absorbing more
and faster. Young childrens have soft tissues because the bones are
young. Bones acts as a shield.
All bodies have cancer cells inside. There isn't any one which does
not have at a moment of the life. Some are growing because have proper
conditions (coca cola, mc donalds, GSM, WIFI, microwave cooking, E
aditives etc), some others not.
That's the "risk of cancer" spelled in popular and non english matern language.


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2008\07\24@042547 by Vic Fraenckel

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Didn't we just have a thread about how we shouldn't have much faith in
research conclusions?

Just wondering!



*Victor Fraenckel
windswaytoo ATSIGN gmail DOT com**


2008\07\24@070115 by Josh Koffman

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On Thu, Jul 24, 2008 at 1:25 AM, Vic Fraenckel <> wrote:
> Didn't we just have a thread about how we shouldn't have much faith in
> research conclusions?
> Just wondering!

I've been waiting for someone to break out one of my favourite
Simpson's quotes, but no one has as of yet. So here it is!

Homer: Aw, people can come up with statistics to prove anything, Kent.
          Forty percent of all people know that.


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2008\07\24@092355 by Matthew Rhys-Roberts

I would welcome an unprecedentedly thorough investigation into the risks
posed by mobile phones, and all other man-made RF & EM pollution.

The recent posts on the general inaccuracy of papers and studies, seems
to argue for much deeper research that is in no way skewed by commercial

15 years ago I ditched my one and only ever mobile phone (a Motorola
M301) when I got worried by the way it seemed to heat my eyeballs up and
leave my face tingling strangely. The land line suits me fine thanks!

The website I most often referred to when encouraging people to explore
this issue was , which appears to be quite
academically and scientifically rigorous.


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2008\07\24@111440 by Vasile Surducan

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One of the use of cell phones for youg people is that is damaging his/her brain.
The topic you are talking about is a good example...

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2008\07\24@125044 by Andre Abelian

I am not sure why cell phone only. To me every things wrong.

1. TV, Microwave, thirty water, drugs any kind, PC monitor, food
specially meat, artificial drinks etc. main reason for cancer:

1. weak immune system
2. too much toxic in body
3. not enough oxygen in body
4. I am sure there are more


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2008\07\24@130303 by Harold Hallikainen

I read a newspaper article on this this morning. The head of a cancer
center (of some sort) suggested to his employees that they not hold the
cellphone next to their head. It was not based on any research, but more
on a "lack of research." He did not point to any strong evidence that the
radiation caused cancer, but more to the fact that research did not show
that it did not cause cancer. It was a "better safe than sorry" approach
instead of a demonstrated risk.


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