A large scientific study of rats suggests that there is a clear link between the use of mobile phones and cancer.
Repeated use of mobile phones is regularly charged with causing cancer, especially in the brain. However, scientists working on this line are trying to find enough evidence.
The latest study was American, and it was conducted over a decade. Conducted within the American National Toxicology Program, this study based on rats "an obvious" connection between the use of mobile telephony and the occurrence of cancer.
Exposed to radio waves similar to those emitted from mobile phones, male rats had a higher risk of heart cancer, brain tumors and adrenal glands. On the contrary, the signs of cancer were not clear to women of rodents.
If exposure to radiation on glaciations was far above what we are exposed on a daily basis, researchers believe that the study has been performed well enough to say that there is a real link between exposure to phone waves and the risk of cancer. But since Man is exposed to these waves only in the local parts of the body (groin when we have a phone in our pocket, our heads when we make a phone call) the effect of the phone is difficult to reproduce in animals, it is here exposed to the whole body.
For all this, "although exposure levels are much greater than typical patterns of human use", Researchers believe that"the results of this study remain relevant for current exposure"Especially when we are exposed to waves that emit several mobile phones (whether at work, in public transport, in public places, etc.).
Finally, note that the study focuses on 2G and 3G wireless signals, which are still frequently used by mobile phones despite the arrival of 4G and Vifi.
Recall that it is possible to choose your mobile phone based on the waves it broadcasts taking into account SAR (specific absorption rate) or SAR, in English (specific absorption rate). French legislation imposes an DAS index of less than 2 V / kg since 2003, but there are even some laptops that do not emit more than 0.7 V / kg.