CERENAT Epidemiological Study – May 2014

This study provides additional data about the use of mobile telephones and brain tumours.

It is based on interviews conducted between 2004 and 2006 concerning the use of mobile telephones.

It reveals nothing new compared to the findings of the International Agency for Research on Cancer, but involved fewer people.

It has the same potential for bias as all retrospective epidemiological studies, particularly due to recall.

As the authors themselves point out, the study shows no relation of cause and effect between radio waves and brain tumours and it does not take into account technological progress and new uses (data, ear-pieces, music, SMSs etc…).

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