Dutch ok for mobile rays

The Health Council of the Netherlands has found no evidence that radiation emitted from mobile phones or masts is harmful to people’s health.

Its report – Electromagnetic Fields: Annual Update 2005 – includes a study of worldwide research published between 2003 and 2005 and found that the majority were inconclusive at worst.

The HCN report explicitly disagrees with German and Israeli studies which found a higher than expected rate of cancer among people living near UMTS base stations; the HCN thought those investigations to be flawed, though it does call for further research.

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