Published in Cancer Weekly, November 3rd, 1997
A spokesman said after a conference in Vienna, Austria, that poor communication among researchers, governments, industry, and the public was partially to blame for anxiety about EMF sources such as mobile telephones and power lines.
The rapid increase in the use of mobile telephones has led to scare stories in many countries about exposure to EMF causing cancer and other diseases, especially in children.
"This is something that we...
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