A Call For Retraction 

We will be calling for a retraction of the article “Radiofrequency Radiation and Cancer, A Review”  by David Grimes. Grimes also recieved money for being in a Vodaphone commercial. Watch it here

Although his article purports to be a review article, it inaccurately presents the current state of science, cherrypicks studies, misrepresents study findings and entirely omits key research studies indicating that cell phone radiation can, in fact, cause cancer.   

Our scientific understanding of electromagnetic radiation is in a paradigm shift. The ionizing versus non-ionizing model is no longer relevant to understanding the health effects of RFR. 

Stay tuned to this page for a link to our letter.

“Based on the evidence reviewed it is our opinion that IARC’s current categorization of RFR as a possible human carcinogen (Group 2B) should be upgraded to Carcinogenic to Humans (Group 1).”

-Dr. Anthony Miller “Cancer epidemiology update, following the 2011 IARC evaluation of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (Monograph 102)” published in  Environmental Research,

Dr. Anthony Miller has hundreds of publications and has four decades of expertise with the WHO IARC. He was assistant Executive Director (Epidemiology), National Cancer Institute of Canada, Director, National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group, Toronto, Director, Epidemiology Unit, National Cancer Institute of Canada, Toronto, Chairman, Department of Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics, University of Toronto and more


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