What the experts say

AMTA relies on the expert judgment of public health authorities, such as the World Health Organisation (WHO), for assessments of safety and health impacts.

There is a large body of research into the health effects of radiofrequency emission available to health and regulatory bodies around the world, which is being continually reviewed.

Potential health impacts of radio frequency energy have been studied in great detail over the past 50 years. This has resulted in a large body of scientific literature in this field - covering laboratory, clinical and epidemiological research.

Comprehensive reviews of more than 2500 research publications, including more than 600 studies specifically on mobile phones and base stations, by governments and health authorities continue, without exception, to find there is no substantiated scientific evidence of health effects.

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