The Royal Society of Medicine Lecture on Cell Phones and Health Risk Lennart Hardell

Professor Lennart Hardell: Using the Bradford Hill viewpoints to evaluate the evidence on RF radiations from mobile phones to head tumours
The Royal Society of Medicine, London
13th of October 2016

The Epidemiology & Public Health Section of RSM in partnership with Brunel University London, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Imperial College London organized a workshop “Association or Causation in Miasmas and Mixtures: Current Reflections on Bradford Hill’s 1965 Contribution to Public Health“ to address the critical issues for public and environmental health raised in the Bradford Hill lecture and subsequent landmark paper and in light of today’s knowledge about multi-causality and complexity, to critically re-assess his approach and the use, misuse and current utility of his “viewpoints” in avoiding or minimising harm to public health and environments.”

Professor Lennart Hardell: Using the Bradford Hill viewpoints to evaluate the evidence on RF radiations from mobile phones to head tumours Professor Lennart Hardell discusses the risks of brain tumours in relation to wireless and mobile phones. Professor Hardell also describes how Bradford Hill’s 1965 presidential address on association or causation provided a helpful framework for the evaluation of the brain tumour risk from electromagnetic fields

The Royal Society of Medicine Lecture on Cell Phones and Health Risk Lennart Hardell

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