November 5, 2018 20:28 |
A study of the US National Toxicology Program found that mice respond to radiation from the cell phone and if similar effects were possible on humans
In RELEASE published by the US National Toxicology Program, radiation from the phone causes cancer in mice, but not in humans. This research is about how cell phones can cause cancer, but they do not know how exactly this happens.
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"This study has shown that many tumors have evolved in male mice after they were exposed to the radiation of the phone," they said in a statement.
They stressed that the radiation in the phone does not affect people in the way that affects the mice.
"The amount of radiation we used in research is not as much as people are exposed to when using cell phones," said one of the employees.
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They also point out that male and female mice show different symptoms in radiation exposure, and that male mice show symptoms before and develop a tumor.
The ultimate conclusion of the research is that people should not worry that radiation from the phone could develop a tumor of any kind.