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Expert Studies - (page 1 of 6)
There is a wealth of data and studies which evidence the adverse health impacts of prolonged exposure to RF emissions, such as those which emanate from Cell Towers. One recurring conclusion reached by the scientists who have conducted such studies, is that there is causal link between RF emissions and cancer,
and more specifically, leukemia in children.

In a 2004 German study entitled "The Influence of Being Physically Near to a Cell Phone Transmission Mast on the Incidence of Cancer," the authors provided a summary of several previous, and well known studies, as follows:

"A series of studies available before this investigation provided strong evidence of health risks and increased cancer risks associated with physical proximity to radio transmission masts.
. . . In many studies an increased risk of developing leukemia has been found; in children living near transmitter antennas for Radio and Television in Hawaii; increased cancer cases and general mortality in the area of Radio and Television transmitters in Australia; and in England, 9 times more leukemia cases were diagnosed in people who live in a nearby area to transmitter antennas. In a second study, concentrating on 20 transmitters in England, a significant increase in Leukemia was found. The Cherry Study indicates an association between an increase in cancer and living in proximity to a transmitter station. According to a study of the transmitter station of Radio Vatican, there were 2.2 times more leukemia cases in children within a radius of 6km, and adult mortality from leukemia also increased."
"The Influence of Being Physically Near to a Cell Phone Transmission Mast on the Incidence of Cancer."
The German Study of 2004
Authors: Horst Eger, Klaus Uwe Hagen, Birgitt Lucas, Peter Vogel, Helmut Voit
"Increased Incidence of Cancer Near a a Cell-Phone
Transmitter Station (a Cell Tower)."
The Israeli Study of 2004
Ten year study conducted from 1994-2004, revealed that living within 400 meters of a Cell Tower increased the risk of developing cancer by three hundred (300%) percent.
Study indicated an association between increased incidence of cancer and living in proximity to a Cell Tower. Those living near
a Cell Tower are 4.15 times more likely to develop cancer.
Authors: Ronni Wolf MD, Danny Wolf MD