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New American study: mobile radiation increases the risk of cancer
Published at 31 Aug 2016

8,5% of the test rats that were exposed to radiation developed cancer in either the brain or the heart - That is just one of the many results in the new study made by the American NTP (National Toxicology Program). The price of the study was $25 million.


The national American NTP (National Toxicology Program), who is behind the study, is expected to make a public announcement that mobile radiation poses a cancer risk to humans. This happens after the recently completed study has shown statistical significant increases in cancer among rats. There is particular risk of developing two types of cancer – in the brain and in the heart – and the studies herby confirm that there are biological effects under the current limit values.

Up to 8,5% had developed signs of cancer
Amongst the no less than 2.500 test rats that had been part of the study – most likely the most thorough and most expensive mobile radiation project so far – it was established that 5,5% had developed cancer while the number was 8,5 when including the initial stages of cancer. The rats that had not been exposed to radiation did not develop cancer

Announcement to the public
According to the NTP there are currently discussions between the American federal agencies on how to inform the public about the findings. The top management of the NTP believe that the results should be released as quickly as possible as almost everyone is exposed to mobile radiation at all times, which means that everyone is in risk.

The researchers: “Considering the widespread global use of mobile communication among users of all ages – even a very small increase in the occurrence of sickness as a result of exposure to mobile radiation can have big consequences for the public health.” NPT are planning to release another two reports in the autumn of 2017.

American Cancer Society acknowledge the results
The American Cancer Society has reacted to the new American study with the following statement:
“For years the understanding of the potential risk of radiation from mobile phones have been hindered by the lack of scientific evidence. The report from the NTP provides just that. That the NTP report relates radio frequency radiation (RFR) to two types of cancer marks a paradigm shift in our understanding of radiation and cancer risk. The results are unexpected: we would not have expected that non-ionizing radiation would cause these tumours. This is a striking example as to why serious study is so important in the assessment of cancer risks. It is interesting to notice that previous studies on the relation between lung cancer and smoking experienced similar opposition when theoretical arguments at the time claimed there could not be a link between the two.

Holland and USA report on increased number of malignant brain cancer
The most malignant and aggressive form of brain cancer called Glioblastom is increasing. This is confirmed by scientific research from Holland and USA as described in the publication Microwave News (May 31 2016). The same is the case in Denmark and Sweden. In Denmark the number of cases of brain tumours has increased with over 40% in the period from 2003-2012. 


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