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zeno asked in HealthDiseases & ConditionsCancer · 1 month ago

Did you know using a cell phone causes Cancer? people use 1 for more Than 4 hours a day. I Rarely use mine so my risk is lower.?

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  • 1 month ago

    Sure. well, every single perosn will get cancer, then.

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  • Edna
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    1 month ago

    Using a cell phone does NOT cause cancer!

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  • kelvin
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    1 month ago

    do you know that that theory was debunked long time ago

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    The biggest issue here is that "causes cancer" is a misnomer. That's like saying being shot with a bullet "causes death." People know what you mean but the fact remains that many people who have been shot with a bullet survive. Smoking does not cause cancer, smoking increases your risk of cancer but does so unevenly in that there are people who smoke a pack a day that never get cancer, but also those who smoke a pack a month who do get cancer.

    There are a multitude of studies that show a link between RF exposure and ipsilateral tumor development... we can readily show that the brain's glucose metabolism greatly increases ipsilateral to RF Exposure. What is unknown is how these factors affect your risk for cancer.

    After all, the body naturally kills off tumor cells every day, cancer is only when things have gone so wrong that a tumor goes unchecked and is allowed to grow to a size that other problems occur. There are treatments that gets the body's own immune system to recognize and kill off the cancer, it's important to recognize just how complex cancer really is before claiming something has no association with increased cancer risk.

    • 1 month agoReport

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2092574/
      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3184892/

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  • lo_mcg
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    1 month ago

    The facts are these: a few studies have shown some evidence of statistical association of cell phone use and brain tumour risk in humans. BUT most studies have found no association between cell phone use and brain tumour risk.

    There’s no suggestion of a link between cell phone use and any of the other 200+ types of cancer.

    Rather than listening to bogus scare stories, read what the American Cancer  Society has to say:

    https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.cancer.org/canc...

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    • kelvin
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      1 month agoReport

      the links he has shared all of the evidence they present in them has been ripped to shreds and debunked long time ago and no it wasn't put on hold it was set on fire and destroyed as being a huge waste of money and a joke just like your question

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  • 1 month ago

    Right. And 4G makes you infertile. 

    Use headphones and you can even put your mobile on Lan. 

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  • Petter
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    1 month ago

    You shouldn't believe everything you read. If your statement was true, we would basically all be dead by now, except for you...

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    • Petter
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      1 month agoReport

      Yes, true dat, if I hadn't written "basically". Sloppy? sure, but it does take more than using a cell phone  to cause cancer, or we would all have it. Probably very few of us has never used a cell phone.

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  • Bill-M
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    1 month ago

    Did you know that you have been reading FAKE NEWS.  There has not been one reported case of Cancer caused by a Phone.

    • 1 month agoReport

      This is as stupid as saying there is not one reported case of a person crashing a car while texting. Cancer treatment doesn't try determining the cause of cancer, it tries to kill the cancer. But studies do support a relationship.

      https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2092574/

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