Channel News Asia: In a world going wireless, is radiation from mobile and other devices a growing danger?

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“One professor who thinks the current exposure limits are not conservative enough, however, is Devra Lee Davis, the founder of advocacy group Environmental Health Trust based in Wyoming, US.

“The limits that we have now … aren’t protective of human health,” she said. “The latest evidence indicates that cell phone and wireless radiation is a human carcinogen.”

One of the studies she specified was published last year in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.

It found that being on the phone for 17 minutes or more a day for 10 years — or about 1,000 hours of lifetime use — increases the risk of developing a brain tumour.”

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