Une Nouvelle Méga-Étude Fait le Lien Entre Exposition à Long Terme au Portable et Risque Accru de Cancer
29 décembre 2015 par maty185
A new study appears to support long-held suspicions that prolonged use of cell phones, especially when placed against the ears, could increase the risk of cancer, specifically, certain types of brain cancer.
A meta-study is an analysis of hundreds of previous studies on the same subject using statistical methods than can reveal patterns across studies not revealed in single studies or smaller samples of studies.
Commenting on the results of the study in the light of previous studies that raised suspicions of a link between certain types of brain tumors and cell phone use, Yakymenko said , “These data are a clear sign of the real risks this kind of radiation (LIRF) poses for human health.”
The study concluded that damage caused by cell phone radiation to human DNA over long periods increases the risk of suffering not only headaches, fatigues and skin disorders, but also cancer.
The new study titled, “Oxidative mechanisms of biological activity of low-intensity radiofrequency radiation (LIRF),” by Igor Yakymenko and colleagues at the Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology, and Radiobiology in Kiev, is a meta-study.