Do Cellphones Cause a Cancer Risk?

January 16, 2011 9:15am CST
Because other says that there is evidence that humans are indeed developing brain tumors on the side of the head to which they hold their cell phone. There is also evidence that this sort of signals DO carry a multitude of health risk beyond brain tumors.
2 responses
@LaDeBoheme (1988)
• United States
16 Jan 11
The risk is negligible. See my response and more info here:
@lazette (216)
• Philippines
16 Jan 11
I have forgotten the specific explanation for this, but yes, it can cause cancer. Cellphones have radiation that can affect the cells in your body, which can in turn transform healthy cells into out-of-control cancer cells. Overexposure to a computer does the same to you.