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Cell phones ‘don’t cause cancer’: study

 Scientific evidence goes increasingly against the theory that mobile phones cause cancer, a new study has concluded.

The review carried out for the Institute of Cancer Research found "no convincing evidence of a link" between the technology and brain tumours.

The panel, set up by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection, admitted however that the possibility of small or long-term repercussions could not be ruled out.

Their conclusions follow a wide-ranging study - the largest of its kind to date - which claimed that radiation associated with mobile handsets potentially increases the risk of glioma, a malignant form of the disease.

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Crude, but accurate...

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