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CBS News: “8 Dumb Ways to Boost Possible Cancer Risk” – Experts Still Not in Complete Agreement

By B.N. Frank

Following the Benjamins…

Recently CBS News posted an attention-grabbing beam on their website: “Cell Phones Cancer: 8 Dumb Ways to Boost Possible Cancer Risk.”

There are 2 references listed to countenance concerns per probable cancer risk:

  1. A 2009 study by the Journal of Clinical Oncology and
  2. A 2011 matter done by the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer.

There is also a anxiety and couple supposing to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website where the CDC claims:  “There is no systematic justification that provides a definite answer to that question.”

What’s weird, though, is that the CDC acknowledges the IARC statement:

The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has personal RF deviation as a “possible human carcinogen.” (A carcinogen is an agent that causes cancer.)

Even yet they acknowledge this, what’s also weird is that the CDC didn’t acknowledge that the WHO personal dungeon phone deviation as a “possible carcinogen” in 2011.

However, they did acknowledge the WHO about this:

Scientists are stability to study the probable health effects of dungeon phone use. For example, the World Health Organization (WHO) is now looking into how dungeon phones may affect:

  • Some forms of tumors (a pile or growth)
  • Our eyes
  • Sleep
  • Memory
  • Headaches

If you’re wondering since the CDC is being so mamsy pamsy, demeanour no serve than this 2016 New York Times inquisitive article:  “At CDC, a Debate Behind Recommendations on Cellphone Risk.”

Just weeks before to the essay being released, the CDC group recanted the “bold” position it had done formerly against the dangers of dungeon phone radiation.

The former executive of CDC division, The National Center for Environmental Health, Dr. Christopher J. Portier, would NOT repudiate though.

Dr. Portier had also served on the International Agency for Research of Cancer, a bend of the World Health Organization.  He pronounced the I.A.R.C. stipulation led him to find a examination of the CDC guidelines.

Oh what a tangled web they weave…

Unfortunately, the 2016 NY Times essay did not embody all applicable contribution which led to another inquisitive essay from Environmental Health Trust:

As a open service, Environmental Health Trust (EHT) is posting 500+ inner CDC emails, obtained as prejudiced of the FOIA request, detailing how the dungeon phone attention destined changes in the CDC website content.

Details include:

  1. Information on the risk to children’s health was deleted.
  2. Information on dungeon towers never saw the light of day.
  3. A scientist good famous for affiliations with the wireless attention came on as a consultant to the CDC.

So there’s that.

Even yet there is no discuss of The American Cancer Society in the CBS News post, The ACS has been used mostly as a anxiety to boot concerns in courtesy to probable mistreat from bearing to RF radiation-emitting sources such as dungeon phones, WiFi routers, application “smart” meters, dungeon towers, etc.

What’s humorous about that is the ACS customarily includes at slightest one anxiety that validates probable cancer risk from RF-emitting sources. 

Unfortunately, ACS statements are not designed for the normal reader. They are long, rambling, and stilted.  The validating references are tossed into a sea of “legal speak.”

One instance of this is the matter they posted on their website in 2014 in re Utility “Smart” Meters where they seem to actually protest themselves.

First they contend this:

Because RF deviation is a probable carcinogen, and smart meters give off RF radiation, it is probable that smart meters could boost cancer risk.

Then they wind for a while, fundamentally degrading everybody for frankly exposing themselves to other RF-emitting devices.

Eventually they say:

Because, the volume of RF deviation you could be unprotected to from a smart scale is much reduction than what you could be unprotected to from a dungeon phone, it is very doubtful that vital in a residence with a smart scale increases risk of cancer.


Of course, many readers would already be so confused and tired by the time they finished reading the whole matter that they would have lost that the ACS pronounced this early on:

Because RF deviation is a probable carcinogen, and smart meters give off RF radiation, it is probable that smart meters could boost cancer risk.

The ACS also passes the sire to the World Health Organization as being obliged for some-more investigate and conclusions.  That’s substantially since there has been no refurbish to this matter given 2014.

So there’s that, too.

Interestingly enough, the ACS receives utterly a bit of appropriation from the Tech Industry.

And application company margin information from Sacramento, CA show smart scale deviation levels can be aloft than from dungeon phones. 

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So there’s that also.

But let’s give credit where credit is due.

In May 2016, a representative from The American Cancer Society done a matter per investigate from the $25M US National Toxicology Program Cell Phone Radiation Study.

It was also a long, rambling, pretentious matter full of authorised speak:

  1. It’s engaging to note that early studies on the couple between lung cancer and smoking had identical resistance, given fanciful arguments at the time suggested that there could not be a link.
  2. The new report covers only prejudiced commentary from the study, but importantly one of the two cancers associated to dungeon phone deviation was virulent gliomas in the brain. The organisation with gliomas and acoustic neuromas had been suspected from human epidemiology studies. The second cancer, called a schwannoma, is an intensely singular growth in humans and animals, shortening the probability that this is a possibility finding.
  3. And importantly, the study found a ‘dose/response’ effect: the aloft the dose, the incomparable the effect, a pivotal sign that this organisation may be real.

The ACS matter isn’t wholly accurate, though.  There actually has been U.S. government, telecom industry, and exclusively saved investigate accessible for several decades already that valid mistreat from dungeon phone radiation.

Also relevant: Dr. Anthony Miller, longtime World Health Organization advisor, and many other scientists have been insisting that

radiofrequency (RF) deviation from any source – such as the signals issued by dungeon phones, other wireless and cordless and sensor devices, and wireless networks – entirely meets criteria to be personal as a “Group 1 carcinogenic to humans” agent, based on systematic evidence comparing RF bearing to cancer growth and cancer promotion.  (Source)

How we use the dungeon phones and other personal RF-emitting inclination is a matter of choice.  But we seem to have no choice per the dozens of state and sovereign bills that have been upheld or are still being discussed which will outcome in installing millions of tiny dungeon towers all over the country (including in front of homes). 

RF deviation emissions from dungeon towers also boost cancer risk.  Firefighters have fought to keep dungeon towers and antennas divided from their stations since of this.  Most of the race isn’t scarcely as healthy or strong as the normal firefighter:  “Firefighters Don’t Want Cell Towers Near Their Stations, But 50+ Federal Bills Allow Cell Towers In Residential Yards and Pretty Much Everywhere Else.” 

If you don’t like where this is going, hit your inaugurated officials and let them know.   Here’s information to yield as well: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180126005137/en

Your area – or yard – could be next.

Additional associated links:

  • “Most Don’t Question “Sensitivity” To Air Pollution But Still Question “Sensitivity” To Electrical Pollution”
  •  “Dear Cell Phone Radiation Warning Naysayers, MeThinks Thou Protests Too Much”
  • “’The Flu’ and ‘Microwave Sickness’ Share Many of the Same Symptoms”
  • “Tech Industry Promoting Devices They Claim Not As Addictive Is Like Big Tobacco Manufacturing “Safer” Cigarettes And Smoking Cessation Products”
  • “Microwaving Nature: Wi-Fi Stations in Campgrounds, Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries Accommodate Visitors While Nuking Everything Else”
  • “Do We Need More Research? Or Do We Need to Stop Using Plastic Mannequin Heads and Bodies for “Safety Testing” on Cell Phones and Other Wireless Devices?”
  • Beyond Digital Addiction: Your Kids May Be Affected by Wi-Fi and Electronic Devices Even If You Aren’t
  • “Popular Science” Magazine Still Blows Off Cell Phone Radiation Warnings Despite Reports From The World Health Organization, Dr. Oz, Stephen Colbert and Others
  • “Another Article Dismisses ElectroHyperSensitivity (EHS) Without Mentioning that EHS is the Same Thing as “Microwave Sickness” Discovered in the 1950s”
  • “The Internet of Things and the FCC: Failure Rate Approx. 75%, Millions Already Hacked, Tax Dollars Spent”

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