Clear Evidence of Cell Phone RF Radiation Cancer Risk

Via LinkedIn connection Mikko Ahonen I received the research results of Dr. James C. Lin, published with the title: Clear Evidence of Cell Phone RF Radiation Cancer Risk [Health Matters].

Abstract: During 26–28 March 2018, the National Institute of Environmental Health Science (NIEHS) National Toxicology Program (NTP), a part of the U.S. National Institutes of Health, convened a three-day technical reports peer review panel meeting in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, to review the NTP’s draft reports on its carcinogenesis studies of cell-phone RF radiation in mice and rats.

The full PDF can be read here.

Dr. James C. Lin

Dr. James C. Lin is a professor of electrical-engineering, bio-engineering, physiology, and biophysics at the University of Illinois in Chicago, where he has served as head of the Bio-engineering Department, director of the Robotics and Automation Laboratory, and director of special projects in the College of Engineering.

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