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Genetic Susceptibility and RF Radiation Modulate Thyroid Cancer January 21, 2020 Last January, a team led by Yawei Zhang of the Yale School of Public Health in New Haven published an epidemiological study on the possible link between thyroid cancer and cell phones. Though some “suggestive” associations were seen among long-term users, none was statistically significant. Still, the results...
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Electromagnetic Radiation Safety, January 2, 2020 https://www.saferemr.com/2019/07/recent-research.html?fbclid=IwAR2PmX5RXekoiORJi_83RPx4WjXeDkHSgQw20lVs0RpGcjoIZ4F6TkFbgFY Recent Research on Wireless Radiation and Electromagnetic Fields I have been circulating abstracts of newly-published scientific papers on wireless radiation and electromagnetic fields (EMF) about once or twice a month since August, 2016. These updates are sent to several hundred EMF scientists around the world. The latest additions...
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  Abstract Emerging studies have provided evidence on the carcinogenicity of radiofrequency radiation (RFR) from cell phones. This study aims to test the genetic susceptibility on the association between cell phone use and thyroid cancer. Population-based case-control study was conducted in Connecticut between 2010 and 2011 including 440 thyroid cancer cases and 465 population-based controls...
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Abstract The aim of this review was to investigate the effects of possible harmful waves from either cell phone use or being within the range of the cell phone from 450 to 3800 MHz on the thyroid cells and hormones. Eight electronic datasets were systematically searched using MeSH terms, including “cell phone,” “mobile phone,” “GSM,” “radio...
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Pediatr Endocrinol Rev. 2015 Dec;13(2):531-45. Sangün Ö, Dündar B, Çömlekçi S, Büyükgebiz A. Abstract Children are exposed to various kind of non-ionizan radiation in their daily life involuntarily. The potential sensitivity of developing organism to the effects of radiofrequency (RF) signals, the higher estimated specific absorption rate (SAR) values of children and greater lifetime cumulative...
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Cancers of the head and the neck are increasing in Sweden according to the latest cancer incidence data from the Swedish Cancer Registry. Cancers of the thyroid and the mouth are among the cancers that have seen the sharpest rise during the last decade but also the trend for cancers of the pituitary are on...
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The incidence of thyroid cancer is increasing in many countries, especially the papillary type that is the most radiosensitive type. We postulate that the whole increase cannot be attributed to better diagnostic procedures. Increasing exposure to ionizing radiation, e.g. medical CT scans, and to radiofrequency radiation (non-ionizing radiation) should be further studied as causative factors...
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