Is cell phone radiation real?

Since 1994, more than 170 studies on EMF were conducted, many of them funded by manufacturers of wireless communication equipment. About 55% of those studies, however, say that EMF creates blood barriers in the brain.

Since 1994, more than 170 studies on EMF were conducted, many of them funded by manufacturers of wireless communication equipment. About 55% of those studies, however, say that EMF creates blood barriers in the brain. Only one-third of studies supported by the telecommunications industry in the West point to bad effects of EMF but two thirds of studies conducted by independent groups reveal EMF has a long-term health impact. In 1994, a group led by Dr George Carlo, chief scientist of the world's largest research effort into wireless safety, received a $25 mln grant from the telecommunications industry. But in 2001, Dr Carlo published Cellphones: Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age.

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