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For a long period of time there were speculations whether cell phones cause cancer or not.
The scientists looked at data from 678 people with a benign tumor of the nerve that connects the ear to the brain (an acoustic neuroma), and 3,553 people without a tumor. There was NO connection found between the number of calls, the duration of calls, or someone’s lifetime cumulative hours of cell phone use and the risk of developing a tumor. Acoustic neuromas are slow-growing cancers that do not spread to other parts of the body. As such, they only affect the function of the ear and can lead to loss of hearing and balance.

The results of the study showed no substantial risk in the first decade after starting the use of these phones.
However, the report says that there is a higher risk of developing a tumor on the same side of the head that people use their cell phones, after at least 10 years of use.

Even though the data came from people living in four Nordic countries and the United Kingdom where cell phones were introduced particularly early, the long term effects are still unknown.


so celll phones still may be able to cause cancerrr