Do people really get cell phone cancer?
March 22, 2009 10:05pm CST
I know many people have talked about this, but it is time that I send a subject about cell phone cancer. I know that people get cell phone cancer and have done a bit of research on it, but for some reason people still talk with cell phones and it is getting worse and worse because more and more people are talking on cell phones. Worse than that, this is going to be like the plague the big plague that killed everyone in just a few weeks. However, people have been using cell phones for years and nothing has happened. Not many people have gotten cancer. Is cell phone cancer something really to be worried about? And in addition, I'd like to talk about the fact that it is more than just cell phones that are killing us. Radio waves, microwaves, ultraviolet waves, gamma waves, x-ray waves. They are all killing us right? Even infrared waves. Now wait a second, aren't those all from the electromagnetic spectrum, wouldn't that mean that light is killing us....cancer is what I'm talking about. But is is proven that X-rays, microwaves, gamma rays and ultraviolet light does cause cancer. So, what else causes cancer; microwaves - Cell phones and microwave ovens, ultraviolet light - Sun; tanning, radio waves - wireless internet, radio, and infrared tv remote controls, gamma rays and x-rays - from the dentist, and orthodontist. I can't get away from my cell phone, I need it for contacting people, I need it for an alarm clock, I suppose I'm going to just have to die. Tell me what you think.....
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• Quezon City, Philippines
23 Mar 09
There has been many studies made about that and so far there is inconclusive results about it that is why there is no such thing as cellphone cancer yet. Those that suspect that they may have caused by cellphone maybe triggered by some other factors and aggravated by the used of it that is why there may be no link at all with cellphone usage. But I guess there is a study ongoing about that and the results is not just compelling for medical practitioners to be convince that cellphone signal is the real culprit behind. Naming cancer is based on the our human organs affected (e.g. colon, lung cancer) not by the object that triggered it(e.g. cellphone, x-ray cancer, etc). That is why there is no such thing as cellphone cancer..