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With all the new and upcoming technology out there you would think that could develop something that we can communicate with that is portable like a cell phone and not carcinogenic According to the article Who Says Cell Phone Use Possibly Carcinogenic said that the World Health Organization announced that using cell phones can cause cancer Even though the Who had previously said that there was no connection between using a cellphone and cancer The agency met 31 scientists from 14 different countries to and analyzed all the evidence and suggested that cell phone use can lead to possible carcinogenic This can be very life changing that the little device that we all use every day on a daily basis for work social life and family can cause us harm Most people are exposed to radio frequency radiation According to the article Long-term use of cellular phones and brain tumors increased risk associated with use for 10 years cell phone use can lead to brain tumors and may be more dangerous that even smoking cigarettes The possible genetic changes in lymphocytes of cellular telephone users were assessed with the comet assay micronucleus test and chromosomal aberrations analysis Results in case control studies on brain tumors and use of mobile phones for more than 10 years gave a consistent pattern of an increased risk for acoustic neuroma and glioma In the brain on the side of the brain tumor yielded the highest risk These results indicated that the caution is needed in the use of mobile phones More research is necessary for risk assessment based on higher number of long-term users Commentary on Media ArticlesIn both of these articles they raised some of the same issues such as using a mobile device might increase the risk of brain tumors
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