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frizzytwig | 19:27 Mon 30th May 2005 | Technology
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A friend of mine say she read an article regarding the safety of these phones suggesting that they are linked to brain tumours (much like mobiles). Does anybody know anything about this as I need a new phone and want a cordless one. Bear in mind that I am female and therefore obliged to use the phone whenever possible.

 

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This is one political hot potato. According to official guidelines and most tests I know about there is no proof that phones cordless or otherwise cause additional radiation to enter the brain, although there will be people who can site examples otherwise and Im not flly up to date on this one. My persoanl opinion is when you consider the
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This is one political hot potato. According to official guidelines and most tests I know about there is no proof that phones cordless or otherwise cause additional radiation to enter the brain, although there will be people who can site examples otherwise and Im not flly up to date on this one. My persoanl opinion is when you consider the radiation you get from the TV,
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