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International Health Authorities do not link mobiles with Brain Cancer

The mobile phone industry relies on expert advice from national and international health agencies on mobile phone safety. The World Health Organization (WHO) and other health agencies conduct ongoing reviews into mobile phones and health and consider all of the available scientific research, including research into links with brain cancer.

ARPANSA response to Interphone

Statement from the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) on Release of World Health Organisation Report on INTERPHONE Study.

ICNIRP Reaffirms Guidelines following Interphone

The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) has reaffirmed its international mobile telecommunications guidelines following the release of Interphone.

Electromagnetic fields and public health: mobile phones

The World Health Organization has issued an updated Fact sheet N°193 (May 2010) Electromagnetic fields and public health: mobile phones.

AMTA Q&A on 30 minute use issue

Question: Has Interphone found that using a mobile for more than 30 minutes a day increases your risk of Brain Cancer?

INTERPHONE finds no increased risk of brain cancer from mobiles

The Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA) welcomes the release of the INTERPHONE study, which finds no increased risk of brain cancer from mobile phone use.
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