Research into the link between regular handset use and disease reveals the risks rise significantly after 10 years, despite official assurances that they are safe.
Geoffrey Lean reports
Published: 07 October 2007
Using a mobile phone for more than 10 years increases the risk of getting brain cancer, according to the most comprehensive study of the risks yet published.
The Hidden Health Risk of Cell Phones
Informant: Dorothee Krien
L'Echo and The Independent
A large European financial newspaper " l'Echo" evokes the dangers of mobile telephony. If the policies do not want to include/understand, the obviousness of the truth can arrive from where it is not awaited.
Using mobile phones for more than 10 years 'doubles risk of brain cancer'
By DAVID WILKES
Last updated at 00:20am on 8th October 2007
Regular use of a mobile phone over more than a decade can raise the risk of cancer, an authoritative study claims.
Researchers found that long-term users had double the chance of getting a malignant tumour on the side of the brain where they held the handset.
An hour a day on a mobile phone is thought to be enough to increase the risk.
From Mast Sanity/Mast Network