Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD, Michael Carlberg, MSc and Lena Hedendahl, MD Comments on the National Toxicology Program Studies of Cell Phone Radiation

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Lennart Hardell, MD, PhD, Michael Carlberg, MSc and Lena Hedendahl, MD Comments on the National Toxicology Program Studies of Cell Phone Radiation

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“Based on human epidemiology studies and the NTP animal study there is clear evidence that RF radiation causes glioma in humans.”

“Increasing rates/incidences of brain tumors in Sweden, a country with among the earliest use of wireless phones in the world, have been published. Similar findings have been reported from other countries. The results give some evidence that RF radiation causes brain tumors in humans.”

“Based on human epidemiology studies and the NTP animal study there is clear evidence that RF radiation causes vestibular schwannoma (acoustic neuroma) in humans.”

“By now carcinogenicity has been shown in human epidemiological studies replicated in animal studies. Laboratory studies on RF radiation have shown increased ROS production that can cause DNA strand brakes. We published in 2013 the conclusion that RF radiation should 20

be regarded as a human carcinogen Group 1 according to IARC definition, based on scientific evidence (Hardell, Carlberg 2013b) further supported in our up-dated article (Carlberg, Hardell 2017). That conclusion is reinforced by the current evaluation.”

Comment on NTP study (2)

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