By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 12:41 PM on 28th October 2009
Study: People who used mobiles for a decade or more had a 'significantly increased risk' of developing tumours
Long-term mobile phone use could increase the risk of developing cancer, according to a decade-long landmark study.
The investigation by the World Health Organisation analysed studies of 12,800 people in 13 countries.
It found people who used mobiles for a decade or more had a 'significantly increased risk' of developing some types of brain tumours.
Six of the eight Interphone studies found an increased risk of glioma - the most common brain tumour - among mobile phone users, according to The Daily Telegraph.
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From Mast Sanity/Mast Network
Finnish M.D from the health ministry - amazing...
The youtube movie in the link - she says mobiles cause brain tumors and blindness, she speaks out openly on the interest to diminish the population at least 5 billions.