2017: Scientists writing in the European Journal of Preventative Cardiology: "Radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation is an environmental pollutant with cytotoxic (cell toxic) effects." [1]
2018: Dr. Lennart Hardell, Swedish oncologist and epidemiologist renowned for his early research showing that dioxin-laced Agent Orange, used as a defoliant in the Vietnam War is grossly carcinogenic to humans: "Based on the IARC preamble to the monographs, radiofrequency radiation should be classified as Group 1A; the agent is carcinogenic to humans." [2]
2018: Writer Sarah Codosh, talking jive in Popular Science Magazine: "And there is no evidence that cell phones are dangerous to your health. Period....So go ahead and leave your phone in your pocket. Talk on it for hours. Heck, you could duct-tape it to your face if you choose.  [It's safe because I say so]." [3]
Evidence That RFR Radiation
Used For Wireless Technologies is a
Confirmed Human Carcinogen!
Note:  Please be aware that as of 2024, the facts and reports presented below are not officially acknowledged by either the Federal Communications Commission or the Food and Drug Administration  as plausible evidence that HIGH-FREQUENCY RADIATION APPROVED FOR WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES IS A THREAT TO PUBLIC HEALTH.
While documented, peer-reviewed evidence of egregious harm continues to amass at an accelerating pace, it is increasingly obvious that revolving-door appointees within these two "regulatory" agencies are apparently instructed by "higher powers" that PLAUSIBLE EVIDENCE OF HARM cannot, does not and never will exist!
Both agencies continue to issue official statements asserting that wireless devices and antenna systems are completely safe, even for children, under current exposure standards. However, REAL LIFE EXPOSURE IS ONLY THEORETICAL because the FCC and the FDA have neither the will nor the capacity to actually verify the power density of RF emissions from wireless devices, Wi-Fi hot spots and millions of cellular communications antennas.
Latest RFR data from leading scientists (2018):
 Increased risk of brain, vestibular nerve [acoustic neuroma]
 and salivary gland tumors are associated with mobile phone use.
 Nine studies (2011–2017) report increased risk of brain cancer from mobile phone use
Four case-control studies (three in 2013, one in 2014) report
increased risk of acoustic neuroma tumors from mobile radiation
Concern for other cancers: breast (male & female), testis, leukemia and thyroid
   "Based on the evidence reviewed it is our opinion that IARC's
                current categorization of RFR as a possible human carcinogen (Group 2B)                    
should be upgraded to Carcinogenic to Humans (Group One)."
 CT Scan Evidence
The top CT scan image of a cell phone user's brain shows a Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma (PCNSL) tumor (large dark area on the left side of the image) with central necrosis located in the temporal, parietal and occipital lobes. This was the brain of a woman whose occupation required the use of a 2G cellular phone, which she held against the right side of her head, four hours per day for years. [See Study 35 below]
The bottom CT scan image features a colored overlay showing the depth to which her cell phone, perpetually held to her right ear, infused her tumor area with carcinogenic microwave radiation during those exposure years. This overlay is based upon research by Dr. Om P. Gandhi, a scientist at the University of Utah who specializes in cranial radiation absorption studies. 
 Microwave cancer and tumor studies in chronological order:
Guy Air Force Study at University of Washington Medical School (1980-1982) [4]

This research which included nine technical reports, evaluated rats with full-body exposure to 2.45 gigahertz (2450 megahertz), the main frequency used today for omnipresent Wi-Fi technologies. The animals were exposed to one quarter of the federally-approved, maximum allowable human exposure per kilogram. Their average absorption rate (SAR) was 0.4W/kg, certified by the FCC as "safe" for humans. In addition to a statistically significant incidence of malignant tumors, the exposed rats suffered disastrous effects to their adrenal glands and to their entire endocrine system, including development of endocrine tumors. (Can we wonder why so many microwaved Americans now suffer from adrenal exhaustion, thyroid malfunction, obesity and endocrine tumors?)  LINK


In 1993, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) produced an internal memo which stated that animal studies strongly suggest that microwaves can "accelerate the development of cancer." Top FDA officials wrote: "Of eight chronic animal experiments known to us, five resulted in increased numbers of malignancies, accelerated progression of tumors, or both." [5] LINK   
  EMF Paper by the Hardell Group in Sweden (1995) [6]

A team of cancer researchers at Orebro Hospital in Orebro, Sweden, reviewed epidemiological and experimental studies on the bioeffects of extremely low electromagnetic (ELF) fields published up to 1994. They found that these studies confirmed an increased risk of leukemia in children exposed to power lines; an increased risk of chronic lymphocytic leukemia from ELF exposure; also an increased risk of breast cancer, malignant melanoma of the skin, nervous system tumors, acute myeloid leukemia, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and acute lymphocytic leukemia from occupational exposure to these fields. Today's wireless antennas propagate a great variety of ELF modulation frequencies which are superimposed upon the carrier microwaves. LINK

Australian Lymphoma Study (1997) [7]
Australian researchers exposed lymphoma-susceptible mice to pulsed 900 megahertz radiation for up to 18 months, with twice daily exposures at 30 minutes. The signals were devised to mimic GSM (2G) cell phone radiation, but the mice received only farfield exposure, as compared to the nearfield of cell phone radiation that directly enters human bodies. At the end of the experiment, 43% of the exposed mice had developed lymphoma compared to 22% of non-irradiated controls. The exposed mice also suffered accelerated cancer development compared to controls. Scientists conducting the study called the increase incidence of lymphoma in irradiated animals "highly significant" and they stated that it is unlikely that accelerated cancer grown in the microwaved animals was due to chance. Lead researcher, Dr. Michael Rapacholi told Microwave News: "I believe this is the first animal study showing a true non-thermal effect."  LINK
By 2000, European researchers with the ECOLOG Institute in Germany had amassed over 220 peer-reviewed and published scientific papers containing strong indications for cancer-initiating and cancer-promoting effects of the RF/microwave radiation that now saturates our environment to accommodate wireless technologies. This impressive scientific collection was organized and published at the turn of this century in a document titled Mobile Telecommunications and Health. Actually funded by the telecom industry, the ECOLOG study organized a massive collection of early scientific information on the devastating cellular, hormonal, immunological, neurological and reproductive damage inflicted by pulsed, high-frequency electromagnetic fields. This early collection demonstrates that  governments and industry profiteers knew decades ago that the unleashing of unlimited RF/microwave pollution --even at very low power densities-- has potential to make humanity VERY SICK INDEED.  [8]  LINK

 Case-control Study by the Hardell Group in Sweden (2001)  [9]

Nordic countries were among the first in the world to adopt wireless telecommunications technologies. NMT analog mobile phones came into use in 1981, exposing Nordic populations to 450 and 900 megahertz microwave radiation. By 1991, GSM digital wireless was operational at 900 megahertz and 1.9 gigahertz. Responding to reports of brain cancers in wireless phone users, the Hardell team working at Orebro Hospital in Orebro, Sweden, initiated a case-control study of 233 Swedish brain cancer victims diagnosed between 1994 to 1996.  This study produced the first indication of increased risk for malignancies in those who had used wireless NMT phones. The researchers concluded: “Ipsilateral (same side) use of a cellular telephone increased the risk of tumors in the temporal, temporoparietal and occipital areas…the anatomical areas with highest exposure to microwaves from a mobile phone.” LINK

Case-control Study by the Hardell Group in Sweden (2003)  [10]

On to something big, the Hardell Group conducted a case-control study of 1,617 brain tumor patients diagnosed between 1997-2000. This study revealed that the risk for high-grade astrocytoma brain cancer was significantly increased with ipsilateral (same side) use of analogue mobile phones, digital mobile phones and also cordless landline phones. The odds ratio was highest for microwave-induced acoustic neuroma (AN), a usually benign but dangerous tumor that grows on the nerve between the ear and the brain. AN tumors cause hearing loss and neurological difficulties; treatment requires surgery and other risky, invasive procedures. LINK

Astrocytomas discussed in the Hardell study above, are the most common primary tumors of the central nervous system. Astrocytomas develop from small, star-shaped cells called astrocytes, and may arise anywhere in the brain or spinal cord. Grade IV astrocytomas are called glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), considered to be the most horrific and incurable type of brain tumor. Glioblastomas and anaplastic astrocytomas, accounting for more than 50 percent of all astrocytomas, grow rapidly and their tentacles spread aggressively. The average lifespan after diagnosis is about 400 days (most of which, reportedly, aren't worth a darn). Brain cancers are often discovered in the final stages, partly because of stealth proteins created by tumors in early malignancy to evade the body's defense systems.
European Union REFLEX Studies (2004) [11]

Scientists from 12 Institutes in seven EU nations showed that cell phone microwaves propagated at 1.8 gigahertz induce severe damage in human blood cells identical to that produced by ionizing nuclear radiation. A mere 24 hours of continuous microwave radiation at this frequency produced cell damage equivalent to 1600 chest X-rays. This frequency is within the gigahertz spectrum realm of 2G, 3G and 4G wireless phone radiation (and it is less energetically violent than Wi-Fi radiation at 2.45 and 5 gigahertz). LINK

 Italian Study on Human Leukemia Cells (2004) [12]
Italian scientists published results of a laboratory study which exposed human leukemia cells to radio waves at 900 MHz, the same frequency band used for GSM cell phone technology and for many smart meter systems. The radiation initially killed some of the malignant cells. But after 48 hours of exposure, the microwaves activated three types of genes known to induce cancer cells to multiply. The surviving leukemia cells then began to divide aggressively due to activation of pro-survival signals critical for tumor progression and metastasis [spreading] of cancer. The study report concludes: "Our data strongly support the hypothesis that high-frequency EMF exposure leads cancer cells to acquire a greater survival chance, a phenomenon linked to tumor aggressiveness." Here scientists induced human leukemia cells to activate ferociously at a SAR (absorption rate) of only 3.5 milliwatts/kg, while the FCC allows wireless devices to excrete 1600 mW/kg [1.6W/kg] directly into human bodies and brains.  LINK
      Case-control Combined Studies By the Hardell Group in Sweden (2006) [13]
The Hardell Group evaluated statistics from two new case-control studies of brain cancer victims diagnosed between 1997-2000. Combined, these studies yielded information on 905 patients. Once again the numbers showed increased risk for high-grade astrocytoma brain cancer in those who used digital cell phones and/or cordless phones. This study demonstrated a very high risk of cancer for victims who had begun using microwave phones before the age of twenty. This research also determined that cancer risk was highest for people who had used wireless phones for 10 years or more." LINK
  Researchers Report Epidemiological Evidence for Cell Tower Cancer (2010) [14]
Six internationally renowned researchers organized numerous epidemiological studies showing that people living and working within 1600 feet of RF/microwave antennas eventually suffer serious health problems. Published in the International Journal of Occupation and Environmental Health, this report states: "Human populations are increasingly exposed to microwave/radiofrequency emissions from wireless communication technology, including mobile phones and their base stations. By searching PubMed...we found that eight of ten studies reported increased prevalence of adverse neurobehavioral symptoms or cancer in populations living at distances less than 500 meters from base stations....None of the studies reported exposures above accepted international guidelines, suggesting that current guidelines may be inadequate in protecting the  health of human populations....At exposure levels far below international guidance levels,  there are clear and consistent signs of adverse health effects in the general population." LlNK
Pooled Analysis of Case-Control Studies/Malignant Brain Tumors by Hardell  (2011) [15]
The Hardell Group further analyzed two case-control studies involving 1251 brain tumor victims, alive and deceased, who had been diagnosed during 1997-2003. This study again confirmed that risk for high-grade astrocytoma brain cancer increases with latency period and cumulative hours of exposure to both cellular and cordless phones. Once again the numbers showed increased risk for those who used microwave phones for over ten years. This study reconfirmed an extremely high risk for those who had begun the use of microwave phones before the age of 20.  This before-20 group charted out at an odds ratio of 4.9. An odds ratio of one means no risk, an odds ratio of 4.9 means nearly five time the risk for brain cancer as found in the control group. LINK
The 13-Nation Interphone Study (2011) [16]
The Interphone Study was designed as a global case-control inquiry on the link between mobile phones/cordless phones and various human cancers. The research was conducted in 13 countries over several years using a common protocol. The pooled results showed an increase in risk for glioma brain cancer and acoustic neuroma among microwave phone users, but directors of the study worried that recall bias and error may have prevented a causal interpretation. In 2011, Cardis et al., published an overview of five of the countries in the study and stated that "there were increased odds ratios for tumors in the most exposed parts of the brain in those with 10+ years of mobile phone use....There were suggestions of an increased risk of glioma in long-term mobile phone users with high RF exposure and of similar, but apparently smaller increases in meningioma [another variety of brain tumor] risk." Cardis called for replication studies (which have not been done).
The Hardell Group followed Interphone with a published paper explaining that, while Interphone data confirmed earlier Hardell findings of cancer risk in wireless phone users between the ages of 29-59 years, Interphone researchers in several countries had excluded from the study the age group 20-29 years. Because this age group was earlier shown by Hardell to have a comparatively high brain cancer risk, especially among those who started using microwave phones before the age of 20, Hardell noted that exclusion of this high-risk group had skewed Interphone statistics and conclusions.  LINK
  Association Between U.S. Brain Tumor Incidence and Cell Phone Contracts (2011) [17]
A team of researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York published a study in the Journal of Neuro-Oncology showing a significant correlation between a vast assortment of human brain tumors and the number of cell phone contracts in nineteen U.S. states: "The very linear relationship between cell phone usage and brain tumor incidence is disturbing and certainly needs further epidemiological evaluation. In the meantime, it would certainly be prudent to limit exposure to all sources of electromagnetic radiation."  LINK
 RF Cancer Designation By the International Agency for Research on Cancer (2011) [18]
Thirty-one experts on electromagnetic field radiation formed a working group for the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), an arm of the World Health Organization (WHO). Conducting an extensive review of health effects research, in 201l this group concluded that radiofrequency radiation is a Group 2B carcinogen, therefore possibly cancer-causing in humans. This designation was based on:  the Interphone Study, a 13-nation research project sponsored by the WHO, plus the comprehensive series of studies conducted by the Hardell Group in Sweden. Leading experts, including the Hardell Group, now advise that the 2011 IARC designation must be updated to reflect additional evidence for cancer that has accumulated in the last decade.  LINK
Acoustic Neuroma Update from Hardell (2013)[19]
The Hardell Group made a further study of Swedes diagnosed with acoustic neuroma between the years 1997-2003 and 2007-2009. This pooled analysis of two case-control studies once again confirmed an association between the use of mobile phones and acoustic neuroma tumors of the inner ear/brain.  LINK
 Glioma Brain Cancer and Acoustic Neuroma Initiated and Promoted By Wireless Microwave Radiation (2013) [20]
Bradford Hill criteria is a protocol endorsed by modern medicine as a framework for determining cause and effect. The Hardell Group determined that, based upon the protocol, glioma brain cancer and acoustic neuroma should be considered to be caused by RF-EMF emissions from wireless devices. This paper states that wireless emissions are rightly regarded as carcinogenic to humans and should be designated as Group One according to IARC (World Health Organization) classification: "Based on the Hill criteria, glioma and acoustic neuroma should be considered to be caused by RF-EMF emissions from wireless phones and regarded as carcinogenic to humans, classifying it as Group One according to the IARC classification. Current guidelines for exposure need to be urgently revised. " LINK
  Medical Report On Breast Cancer in Young Women After Prolonged Contact With Cell Phones (2013) [21]

Six medical experts published a report on young women who developed invasive breast cancer after prolonged exposure to their cell phones: "We report a case series of four young women--ages 21 to 39-- with multi-focal invasive breast cancers that raises the concern of possible association with non-ionizing radiation of electromagnetic field exposures from cellular phones.  Pathology of all four cases show striking similarity.  These cases raise awareness to the lack of safety data of prolonged direct contact with cellular phones.  All patients regularly carried their smart phones directly against their breasts, in their brassieres for up to 10 hours a day, for several years, and developed tumors in areas of their breasts immediately underlying the phones...."  LINK
   Hardell Review of Decreased Survival of Brain Cancer Patients (2014) [22]
Using data from their 1997-2003 and 2007-2009 case-control studies of brain tumor patients, the Hardell Group analyzed the impact of wireless phones on the survival rates of 1678 glioma sufferers. This study yielded evidence of deceased survival in Grade IV astrocytoma patients commensurate with their years of wireless phone use. The highest decrease in survival rate was found in cases who began use of mobile phones before the age of twenty. These researchers concluded: "Due to relationship with survival, the classification of IARC is strengthened and RF-EMF should be regarded as a human carcinogen requiring urgent revision of current exposure guidelines."  LINK
The French National CERENAT Study (2014) [23]

This human case-control study conducted in populations across France found a significant rate of glioma and meningioma brain tumors in the heaviest users of mobile phones.  LINK

  The German Study from Jacobs University (2015) [24]
Nine scientists at Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany, published state-of-the-art studies showing that animals exposed at .04  to 0.4 watts per kilogram [SAR exposures 4 to 10 times lower than the 1.6 W/kg allowed for human brain exposure by U.S. federal guidelines] suffered significantly higher incidence (than non-irradiated animals) of lung cancer, liver cancer and lymphoma cancer. This research is especially important because it is a replication of an earlier (2010) animal study which had produced the same basic results.  LINK
The National Toxicology Program (NTP) Studies (2016) [25]

Animal studies are considered valid for assessing cancer risk in humans. This federally-funded group of studies, conducted under auspices of the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH), induced cancer, pre-cancer hyperplasia and DNA damage in a significant percentage of test rats exposed to cell phone modulated microwaves at 900 megahertz. This study produced "clear evidence" that cell phone radiation produces statistically significant brain and heart schwannoma cancers in rats exposed to this radiation, even at power densities below federal exposure guidelines. LINK Additionally, "equivocal evidence" of cancer risk was reported in the pituitary, adrenal, prostate glands, pancreas and liver in male rats and adrenal glands in female rats. NTP scientists also irradiated test mice with modulated 1.9 gigahertz microwaves widely used in wireless technologies. "Equivocal evidence of cancer risk from cell phone radiation was reported for lymphoma in male and female mice. Equivocal evidence was also reported for skin, lung and liver cancer in male mice." LINK

  Saudi Study Showing iPhone Connection to Salivary Gland Cancer (2016) [26]
This human case-control study reported a significant increase (11-fold) for parotid gland cancers in Apple iPhone users when the phone was used on the head for more than one hour per day.  LINK
  Canadian Update on Human Brain Cancer Risk (2017)[27]
A medical team involved with the original Interphone Study completed a re-evaluation of Canadian Interphone data. Using a probabilistic, multiple-bias model, this team confirmed a significant risk of glioma brain tumors among Canadian wireless users interviewed for the study. Canada currently has a horrific overall national cancer rate: one in two Canadians will suffer some type of cancer in their lifetime.  LINK
  Hardell Evaluation of Cancer Risk Using Bradford Hill Viewpoints (2017) [28]
Tying together the latest global research, the Hardell Group published a detailed analysis of the many ways that mobile phone and cordless phone radiation fulfills Bradford Hill criteria on association and causation of disease. This paper lists the following crucial Hill points:
Strength [of data]: meta-analysis of case-control studies gives odds ratio (OR) = 1.90,  95% confidence interval (CI) = 1.31–2.76 with highest cumulative exposure. Consistency: the risk increases with latency, meta-analysis gave in the 10+ years' latency group  OR = 1.62, 95% CI = 1.20–2.19.  Specificity: increased risk for glioma is in the temporal lobe. Using meningioma cases as comparison group still increases the risk. Temporality: highest risk is in the 20+ years' latency group, OR = 2.01, 95% CI = 1.41–2.88, for wireless phones.  Biological gradient: cumulative use of wireless phones increases the risk. Plausibility: animal studies show an increased incidence of glioma and malignant schwannoma in rats exposed to radiofrequency (RF) radiation. There is increased production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) from RF radiation. Coherence: there is a change in the natural history of glioma and increasing incidence. Experiment: antioxidants reduce ROS production from RF radiation. Analogy: there is an increased risk in subjects exposed to extremely low-frequency electromagnetic fields.  
"Conclusion: RF radiation should be regarded as a human carcinogen causing glioma." LINK
  The Italian Ramazzini Study (2018) [29]
The Ramazzini Institute in Italy published results of its large study in which animals were abused with exposure to 1.8 gigahertz representative of cell tower antenna emissions. This study reports a significant number of Schwann cell tumors (schwannomas) in exposed animals, compared to controls and therefore  strongly supports the findings of the NTP studies. Schwann cells are found in most organs of the body, both human and animal. Schwann cells play a key role in the nervous system where they form the myelin sheath and help conduct electrical impulses. The researchers who completed this  study are among the many experts demanding that IARC update its radiofrequency designation to confirm the documented potential of microwaves to induce and accelerate cancer in animals and humans. LINK
We must not hold our breath for a proper IARC update any time soon! Dr. Lennart Hardell explains that the majority of the current Core Group members in charge of releasing RF health information for the World Health Organization are downplaying the documented cancer risks of wireless radiation because they are affiliated with the infamous International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) and thus have a serious conflict of interest. ICNIRP is an industry-loyal NGO and, for economic and political reasons, it remains committed to outdated and deadly wireless radiation exposure standards that plague the world today.   LINK
  Yale University Study of Thyroid Cancer in Cell Phone Users (2018) [30]

Thyroid cancer is currently exploding in the USA and many other industrialized nations across the world. Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine, working with the Connecticut Health Department, stumbled upon a correlation between cell phone radiation and microcarcinoma of the thyroid gland. A study of thyroid cancer victims and a control population of non-users was conducted in Connecticut during the years 2010 and 2011 with results published in 2018. The study showed that men who used cell phones for more than 15 years had twice the risk for thyroid cancer than non users. Women who used cell phones for more than two hours per day had a 54% greater risk for thyroid cancer than non-users.
Although the researchers stated that "suggestive elevated risk of thyroid microcarcinoma associated with long-term and more frequent [cell phone] uses warrants further investigation." This study is the tip of the iceberg since it used a very small sample size, particularly for males.  It did not factor in cordless phone users, thereby overlooking a heavily-irradiated group with a high cancer risk. Cell phone users in the study were not exposed to today's smart phones with multiple antennas now located at the bottom of phones where they spew carcinogenic waves directly into the jaw and thyroid areas. Urgently needed are properly-designed follow-up studies to confirm microwave damage to thyroid tissues as documented in numerous earlier human studies showing DNA damage, oxidative cellular stress and significant reduction of thyroid hormone secretion. LINK
 The Israeli HL Cancer Studies (2018) [31]
Researchers with the Hebrew University in Israel published a study of radiation-related human cancers produced in occupational and military settings. They focused on the extraordinary number of hemolymphatic (UL) cancers produced by communication and radar microwave frequencies. HL cancers, including the leukemias and lymphomas, arise from blood cells or lymphoid tissues involving the liver. This study is germane to our current Microwave Age with its new vechicular radar driver assist systems and the myriad radar antennas deployed by driverless (autonomous) vehicles. The Israeli research analyzed published data from a group of cancer patients with a history of prolonged exposure to radiofrequency radiation, inducing radar microwaves, plus three additional cohort studies of heavily irradiated military and industrial workers in various countries. These groups all suffered high HL cancer rates. The Israeli scientists stated in their abstract: "Overall, the epidemiological studies on the excess risk for HL and other cancers, together with brain tumors in cell phone users and experimental studies on RFR and carcinogenicity make a coherent case for a cause-effect relationship and classifying RFR exposure as a human carcinogen (IARC Group One)."  LINK
 Colon and Rectal Cancers in People Under Age 40 (2020) [32]
This report by three leading scientists explores experimental and epidemiological evidence that wireless devices worn on the body, especially in pockets, may be a substantial risk factor for the development of colorectal cancer, the incidence of which has risen exponentially among Millennial and Generation X adults over the last two decades:  "For the U.S those born in the 1990s have a doubled risk of colon cancer (GR=2) and a fourfold increase in rectal cancer (GR=4) by the time they reach age 24 compared to those born six decades ago. Experimental studies have determined that the colon and the rectum of Spague-Dawley rats are exquisitely sensitive to both ionizing and non-ionizing radiation (RFR), expressing significant differences in patterns of methylation of a number of well-identified proteins and other biomarkers predictive of cancer risk. Modeling of non-ionizing exposure also indicates that absorption of RFR into the colon and rectum from cell phones stored in the pocket exceed current test limits by up to 5-fold. French government tests of phones positioned next to the body report exposures to non-ionizing radiation that are up to 11 times more than current guidelines....Keeping cell phones turned on in the pocket subjects users to frequent radiation bursts [up to 900 bursts a minute.]"   LINK
Meta-analysis of Case-control Research on Cell Phone Use and Tumors (2020) [33]
A team of scientist completed a meta-analysis of 46 case-control studies to confirm that cell phone use over a cumulative call time of more than 1000 hours in a lifetime produces a statistically significant increase in risk of tumors. This research, which explored older studies of people who used earlier wireless technologies, provides insufficient information about the actual tumor risk for millions of current wireless users who now keep multiple, ultra-powerful smart devices against their bodies and brains for a cumulative carcinogenic exposure of thousands of hours per year.  LINK
Meta-analysis of Studies on Link Between RF Radiation and Breast Cancer (2020) [34]
Scientists in Taiwan evaluated pooled statistics from eight published human studies which investigated the connection between exposure to radiofrequency radiation and breast cancer. This meta-analysis states: "In conclusion, the present study indicated that radiofrequency radiation exposure significantly increased the risk of breast cancer, especially in women aged over 50 years and individuals who used electric appliances, such as mobile phones and computers. Therefore, effective self-protection strategies against radiofrequency radiation require further development." LINK
Report on Radiofrequency Link to Central Nervous System Lymphoma (2020) [35]

Scientists in Sweden produced a case study report on a woman who developed a large primary central nervous system lymphoma tumor in the right side of her brain where she held a cell phone for hours each day over the years of her occupational exposure. This study noted an increase of human malignant lymphoma tumors commensurate with global cell phone use and it listed numerous prior studies showing evidence that non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (NHL) is caused by exposure to radiofrequency radiation. The study  discussed the U.S. National Toxicology Project (NTP) which documented malignant lymphomas in female mice exposed to the GSM modulated or the CDMA modulated cell phone RF radiation. It also outlined the massive radiation-induced cell damage and inhibition of DNA repair that this CNSL patient suffered during her occupational exposure.  LINK
 Yet, we are still in the information Dark Ages!

  The above-listed documentation provides clear evidence that microwave radiation used for wireless technologies is what the Hardell Group calls "a multi-site carcinogen." A multi-site carcinogen has potential to induce cancer anywhere in the body. So far, most of the scientific evidence for microwave causation of malignancy in man and beast has been gathered mainly from the older wireless technologies, that is: NMT, 2G, 3G and older radar installations.
  With the advent of smart phones and tablets, human exposure has been greatly amplified, compared to earlier exposures. Smart personal devices feature multiple antennas which simultaneously beam differing carrier frequencies along with their diverse modulation signals, all doing their own vibrational "thing." There is little data on the real-life carcinogenicity of unregulated Wi-Fi channel frequencies (2.45 to 6 gigahertz) delivered non-stop to most people wherever they go. Nor do we have adequate research on the newer 4G/LTE and Wi-Max  antenna frequencies saturating the nation: 600 to 850 megahertz and 1.7 to 2.6 gigahertz. In addition, 5G hysteria is unleashing a tsunami of novel, high-frequency millimeter wave voltage that has never been properly tested for its bioeffects on living flesh.
   Device-users stream multiple Wi-frequencies into their bodies and brains for hours each day, then tuck those radiation-emitters under their heads at night. Workers and students use connected microwave devices hundreds of hour per month, thousands of hours per year. Worse yet, many begin this intensive microwave abuse in infancy. A survey by child development experts reveals that the vast majority of U.S. children under age four play with wireless devices by themselves and that most infants are familiar with parental Wi-devices before they reach the age of one year. [36]

 None of the above 35 studies fully addresses excessive
multi-frequency exposure that most people now take for granted.

Most enlightening would be lab studies of human volunteers

infused with the real-life aggregate assault of:

 (1) environmental Wi-Fi, indoors and out

(2) GSM and 3G cellular radiation (BEING PHASED OUT)

 (3) 4G and 5G beam-forming MIMO antenna radiation 

 (4) Smart meter radiation

 (5) Radar (24, 77 gigahertz) blasting from new vehicles on the roadways

(6)  low orbit GPS/5G satellite transmissions


 all of which are delivered in combination to most people

perpetually, year after year! 


 Such realistic studies would shed invaluable light on the ever-worsening

annual cancer and general illness statistics for both the USA and Canada.


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1. "Cardiovascular Disease: Time to Identify Emerging Environmental Risk Factors," Bandar et al., European Journal of Preventative Cardiology," 2017.
2. "Comments on NTP Technical Report on the Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Studies in HDS Sprague Dawley Rats," Hardell et al., March 12, 2018. This 26-page document was submitted to the U.S. National of Health by the Hardell Group, Department of Oncology, University Hospital, Orebro, Sweden.
3. "There's No Evidence That Cell Phones Pose a Public Health Risk, No Matter What California Says," Popular Science,  12-19-2017.
4. "Microwaves Promote Cancer," Microwave News, July/August 1984.
5. “Data Strongly Suggest Microwaves Can Promote Cancer,” Microwave News, January/February 2003. 
6. "Exposure to Extremely Low Frequency Electromagnetic Fields and the Risk of Malignant Diseases--An Evaluation of Epidemiological and Experimental Findings," Hardell et al., European Journal of Cancer Prevention, 4 Suppl 1 (Supplement):3-107 October 1995.
7. "Digital Mobile Phone Radiation Boosts Cancer Rates in Mice," Microwave News, May/June 1997. 
8. Mobile Telecommunications and Health, H.E.S.E-UK, 2000. This is incredibly valuable information that documents decades of early research on the genotoxicity of RF/microwave radiation.  Ironically, this study by the ECOLOG Institute in Germany was funded by T-Mobile, a corporate giant of the Wireless Radiation Industry. LINK
9. "Ionizing Radiation, Cellular Telephones and the Risk for Brain Tumours," Hardell et al., European Journal of Cancer Prevention, 10(6), July 2001.
10. "Further Aspects on Cellular and Cordless Telephones and Brain Tumors,"  Hardell et al., International Journal of Oncology, 10.3892/ijo.22.2.399, pages 399-407.
11. The  REFLEX project was set up by the European Union to investigate the effects of low-level RF/microwave radiation used for wireless technologies. At a cost of three million dollars, the work was carried out by 12 research groups in seven European nations and completed in 2004. See: Report of the European Union's REFLEX Project (Risk Evaluation of Potential Environmental Hazards from Low Frequency Electromagnetic Field Exposure Using Sensitive in vitro Methods, November 2004. An indepth report on the REFLEX Project can be found in the on-line brochure Health and Electromagnetic Fields: EU-funded Research Into the Impacts of Electromagnetic Fields and Mobile Phones on Health, published by the European Commission, 02-29-2008.  See page 24.  
12. "Exposure to 900 MHz RFR at 0.0035 W/kg Affected Cell’s Self-defense Responses," Marinelli et al., J Cell Physiology. 198(2):324-332, 2004.  
13. "Pooled Analysis of Two Case-Control Studies on Use of Cellular and Cordless Telephones and the Risk for Malignant Brain Tumours Diagnosed in 1997-2003," Hardell et al., International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, Volume 79, Issue 8, pp. 630-639.
14. "Epidemiological Evidence for a Health Risk from Mobile Phone Base Stations." Int J Occup Env Health:16- 3, Jul/Sept 2010, p. 263-267.
15. "Pooled Analysis of Case-Control Studies on Malignant Brain Tumours and the Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones Including Living and Deceased Subjects," Hardell et al., International Journal of Oncology, 38(5):1465-74, February 2011. 

16. IARC Report to the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) on the Interphone Study, Dr. Christopher Wild, IARC Director, Lyon, 03 October 2011. See also: "Re-analysis of Risk of Glioma in Relation to Global Telephone Use: Comparison with the Results of the Interphone International Case-control Study," Hardell et al., Umeå University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Radiation Sciences, Radiation Physics, International Journal of Epidemiology, ISSN 0300-5771, 1464-3685, Vol. 40, no 4, p. 1126-1128.
17. "Association Between Number of Cell Phone Contracts and Brain Tumor Incidence in Nineteen U.S. States,"  Lehrer et al., Journal of Neuro-Oncology, (2011) 101:505-507.
18. "Carcinogenicity of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields, The Lancet, 06-22-2011.  LINK
19. "Pooled Analysis of Case-Control Studies on Acoustic Neuroma Diagnosed 1997-2003 and 2007-2009  and Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones," Hardell et al., International Journal of Oncology, 43 (4) July 2013.
20. "Using the Hill Viewpoints from 1965 for Evaluating Strengths of Evidence of the Risk for Brain Tumors Associated with Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones," Hardell et al., Review of Environmental Health, 2013; 28 (2-3):97-106.
22. "Decreased Survival of Glioma Patients With Astrocytroma Grade IV (Glioblastoma Multiforme) Associated With Long-Term Use of Mobile and Cordless Phones," Hardell et al., Environmental Research and Public Health, 11 (10)10790-10805, 2014.
23.  "Mobile Phone Use and Brain Tumours in the CERENAT Case-Control Study," Coureau et al., Occupation and Environmental Medicine, 2014, July 71 (7) 514-22.

24. "Tumor Promotion by Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields Below Exposure Limits for Humans," Lerchi et al., Biochemical and BioPhysical Research Communications, Volume 459, Issue 4, April 17, 2015.
25.  NTP Toxicology and Carcinogenicity Studies of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Radiation, National Toxicology Program, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, June 8, 2016. BioEM2016 Meeting, Ghent, Belgium.
26. "Mobile Phone Use and the Risk of Parotid Gland Tumors: A Retrospective Case-Control Study," Al-Qahtani et al., Gulf Journal of Oncology [01 Jan 2016, 1(20):71-78].
27. "Probabilistic Multiple-Bias Modeling Applied to the Canadian Data From the Interphone Study of Mobile Phone Use and Risk of Glioma, Meningioma, Acoustic Neuroma, and Parotid Gland Tumors," Momoli et al., American Journal of Epidemiology, 1;186 (7) 885-893, 10-01-2017.
28.  "Evaluation  of Mobile Phone and Cordless Phone Use and Glioma Risk Using the Bradford Hill Viewpoints from 1965 on Association and Causation," Carlberg et al., BioMedical Research International, Article ID 9218486, 03-16-2017.
29. "Report of Final Results Regarding Brain and Heart Tumors in Sprague-Dawley Rats Exposed from Prenatal Life Until Natural Death to Mobile Phone Radiofrequency Field Representative of a 1.8 GSM Base Station Environmental Emission," Falcioni et al., Environmental Research, March 2018. See also: "More Than a Coincidence," Microwave News, February 20, 2018.
30. "Cell Phone Use and the Risk of Thyroid Cancer: A Population-Based Case-Control Study in Connecticut,"  Luo et al., Annals of Epidemiology, 2018 10:004.

31."Radiofrequency Radiation-Related Cancer: Assessing Causation in the Occupational/Military Setting," Peleg et al., Environmental Research, Volume 163, May 2018, pp. 123-133.
32. "Increased Generational Risk of Colon and Rectal Cancer in Recent Birth Cohorts under Age 40: The Hypothetical Role of Radiofrequency Radiation From Cell Phones," Davis et al., Annals of Gastroenterology, September 2020. 

33.  "Cellular Phone Use and Risk of Tumors: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis," Choi it al., International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17, 8079, November 2020.

34. "Exposure to Radiofrequency Radiation Increases the Risk of Breast Cancer: A Systemic Review and Mea-analysis, Shih et al., Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine, November 2020, PMC7690245.

35. "Central Nervous System Lymphoma and Radiofrequency Radiation - A Case Report and Incidence Data in the Swedish Cancer Register on non-Hodgkin Lymphoma,"  Hardell et al.,  Medical Hypotheses, Vol. 144, Nov. 2020.

36.  "Exposure and Use of Mobile Media Devices by Young Children," Kabali et al., Pediatrics, December 2015, Vol. 135/ Issue 6.
Note: The above list of wireless pollutants requiring proper human health studies does not include the blizzard of numerous OTHER environmental frequencies: military transmissions, HAARP-type weather control microwaves, Doppler weather radar, aircraft radar, AM and FM radio frequencies, shortwave radio, digital television frequencies, public safety frequencies, experimental white space frequencies (used for Super Wi-Fi), HPWREN transmissions, X, Ku, Ka satellite signals, etc. There is no data on potential bio-effects from thousands of 5G satellites now being shoved into orbit where they shoot relentless millimeter wave radiation downward at the Earth.