• The latest U.K. Million Women Study on cellular telephone use and the risk of brain tumours published online on March 29, 2021 in  Journal of the National Institute of Cancer confirms the accumulating evidence that cellular telephone use under usual conditions does not increase brain tumour incidence
  • The researchers linked the independent electronic health records of each participant with his/her behaviour, in this instance, the personal usage of cellular phones
  • Researchers investigated the associations of cellular telephone use and brain tumours in many studies, as the brain was the most exposed organ
  • The researchers found that the more recent generations of wireless technologies emit substantially lower output power, so that on balance a very heavy user of today is unlikely to accumulate the same RF-EMF exposure as a modest user of the first two wireless generations