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Mobile Phone Companies Come Out Swinging At WHO Cancer Report

June 2. 2011

Telecommunications manufacturers upset with the World Health Organization's findings released yesterday, which states there is a link between cancer and mobile phones, are clinging to a two page report released by the National Cancer Institute, proclaiming there is no spike in brain cancer cases in America (http://www.cancer.gov/aboutnci/servingpeople/snapshots/brain.pdf). 

This is very convenient considering many global authorities, doctors and scientists, have released a wide array of reports, stating there has been and continues to be, a very noticeable increase in cancer rates all over the world. How is it there has been well-documented and heavily publicized data (see below), illustrating a discernible spike in breast, liver, kidney, bowel and skin cancer, to name a few, yet mysteriously, brain cancer, an illness that affects such a sensitive, massive and vital organ, has allegedly shown no change in data in America, according to the National Cancer Institute.

There is something amiss concerning components of the National Cancer Institute's report. Cancer, a disease that can so permeate the body and metastasize (spread), has seen rising rates in every major organ, but mysteriously, according to the aforementioned report, there has been no increase in brain cancer rates. I am of the belief, for whatever reason, everyone is not being counted in the National Cancer Institute's report.

In light of the fact, on a government and corporate level, officials were exposed for colluding to mislead the public on the true ill effects of cigarettes and separately climate change, I question some of the findings contained in the National Cancer Institute's report, as it does not square with worldwide reports and disease developments.

Ironically, this same National Cancer Institute report that mobile phone manufacturers are touting, does acknowledge there is an increase in brain cancer cases among children in America, which mainstream outlets batting for the mobile phone companies, glossed over yesterday.

I wrote about brain cancer and kids two days ago (World Health Organization: Mobile Phones Promote Cancer), in relation to mobile phone usage and the risk it poses for said demographic. I also wrote about cancer, kids and mobile phones in 2005 on the Sound Off Column site.

The Sound Off Column article, was prompted by two of my friends' children developing strange forms of brain cancer. The only thing I found they had in common was mobile phone usage, as some young girls love to talk to each other via this method. One of the girls nearly died. The brain tumor was so rare and unlike anything local doctors had seen, she was sent to a specialist in another state and given a 10% chance of surviving the surgery. 

Her condition was so dire, they administered last rites to the preteen before the operation to remove the abnormal growth in the brain of a beautiful, brilliant, normal A student. By the grace of God, she did survive the surgery and has lived another decade thus far. She is now 21 and attending a top university.

The National Cancer Institute also acknowledges, "Leukemias and cancers of the brain and central nervous system account for more than half of childhood cancers." The National Cancer Institute conceded in writing, they do not know why there is a spike in brain cancer among kids, but mobile phones are an avenue they should pursue in future studies. 

I am of the belief, as are others, too many kids have mobile phones. As I wrote in the aforementioned article years ago, companies advertise family plans that allow individuals to cheaply purchase a phone for every member of the family, including children. It has become a status symbol among kids and you, as you are deemed uncool if you do not have a mobile phone. The more kids use mobile phones, the greater the risk to their developing bodies.

Some doctors believe the fact that there are consumers that text more and use the speaker phone and ear pieces, rather than holding the unit to the ear/head, directly depositing radiation into the brain in closer proximity to the organ, they are not as negatively impacted. However, the radiation is still there, just at a further distance. Still, very few would argue there is no risk in directly depositing radiation into your brain on a constant basis. How can that be a good thing, given what we know about radiation.

There is so much radiation around us in our modern world (Cancer Is Advancing). Mobile phones, wireless internet, satellite cable TV, medical imaging and airport security (Scientists: TSA Airport Radiation Doses Are Inaccurate). Not to mention, some of the items going into our food to give it a picturesque appearance and reduce caloric content, is toxic over time.


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Childhood Cancers

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However, the incidence and mortality rate of brain and central nervous system cancers has remained virtually flat since 1987, according to data from the National Cancer Institute. The most compelling evidence cited by the WHO is a multi-country study that found people who used cell phones most often, an average of 30 minutes per day over 10 years, had a 40 percent higher risk for a rare brain tumor called a glioma.




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