Yes there is reseach on both sides of this issue: does heavy cell phone use cause cancer.
Many years ago I worked for a defense contractor that designed and built communications equipment for the military. I worked with a number of engineers, many who worked on microwave communication devices. I was a bit more fortunate to work on digital devices. Needless to say, many of these engineers were quite respectful of the dangers of microwave radiation. There were stories of chocolate bars melting in engineers pockets and lighting paper with by placing it in a precisely focused beam of microwave radiation. We took protective measures; our lab contained large copper cages that insulated us from the radiation.
Later when I purchased my first brick of a cell phone I often thought of the focused beams of microwave radiation going through my brain, jiggling my neurons all for a reminder to pick up a loaf of bread on the way home from work. The cell phone companies say that my concerns are unwarranted. No, cell phones are not like the alien invaders shooting high energy beams like in War of the Worlds. The amount of radiation is "safe."
You can understand my interest then when I came across this story about the link between heavy cell phone use and cancer. It happens to fit right in to my theory about information and healing. Microwaves tend to increase the randomness of tissue molecules--something we don't want if we want to stay healthy.
A study recently published in the Journal of Epidemiology by Dr. Siegal Sadetzki indicated a link between heavy cell phone use and tumors of the salivary glands. It just so happens that we have a large salivary gland located just about where we press that microwave catching phone on the side of our heads. Dr. Sadetzki found that these glands exhibited more tumors with heavy cell phone use. The increased risk was about 50% for developing such tumors.
The study was conducted in rural areas where those microwaves are stronger.
I'm sure the big billion dollar cell phone companies will soon conduct their own research to refute Dr. Sadetzki.
However, I think I will use either a bluetooth device or an earpiece with a long wire.
Tel Aviv University (2008, February 15). Heavy Cell Phone Use Linked To Cancer, Study Suggests.
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