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21st October 2011
“A large study of mobile phone users has found no evidence that longer-term users are at an increased risk of developing brain tumours,” The Daily Telegraph has today reported. The study in question looked at national records and mobile phone subscription registries for all adults aged 30 and over in Denmark between 1987 and 2007. Researchers used the data to compare the risks of getting brain cancer among those who were mobile phone subscribers and those who were not. It found no increased risk of brain cancer among either male or female mobile phone users, even among those who had ...