According to a Reuters report, the connection between cellphones and some types of cancer is considerably murkier. A team of scientists writing in Environmental Health Perspectives noted that: “Although there remains some uncertainty, the trend in the accumulating evidence is increasingly against the hypothesis that mobile phone use can cause brain tumors in adults.”
This follows the WHO’s study, released two months ago, that found cellphones to be possibly carcinogenic.
The report found that the chances of cancer caused by cellphone radiation is so small that it is statistically insignificant and that futher study is needed. After all, nearly everything can give you cancer including, but not limited to, Bruce McCulloch.