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NZ teens in high-risk category

CELLPHONE research points to increased brain tumour risk: Some NZ teens in high-risk category. 10 February 2013, Wellington

In brief:

  • 6% of New Zealanders likely to be at increased risk of brain tumour from cellphone/cordless phone use by mid-teens
  • Cordless phones are a type of cellphone with the base-transmitter in the home
  • Nearly ¼ of 10-13 year olds spend 30 minutes or more on the phone daily
  • NZ lags behind in cautioning the young about cellphone use
  • Study highlights the need to caution heavy cell/cordless phone users

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Professor Oleg Grigoriev

Video footage available from the UK EM Radiation Research Trust meeting June 2015 featuring Dr Erica Mallery Blythe, Dr Viktoria Akekessva and Professor Oleg Grigoriev, Head of the Scientific Department of Non-Ionizing Radiation, Federal Medical Biophysical Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency of Russia and Chairman, Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection – View: here

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