Government Agency Admits Cell Phones Cause Cancer in Rats. Lawsuit Filed Against Apple and Samsung for Radiation Above Federal Limits.

Screenshot from Samsung ad featuring a pregnant woman taking a sonogram with her phone on her belly.
Americans spend more than four hours a day using smartphones. The National Toxicology Program, a government organization, found that “high exposure to radio frequency radiation used by cell phones was associated with clear evidence of tumors in rats.” However, federal agencies, including the FCC and FDA, claim that cell phone radiation is safe for humans. A lawsuit against Apple and Samsung cited the company’s own tests that showed at zero millimeters, the Apple iPhone 8 hit users with five times as much radiation as federal exposure limits allow, and Samsung Galaxy X8 was three times higher than the limit.

Video features Dr. Ronald Melnick PhD, an independent consultant who was a senior toxicologist and director of special programs in the Environmental Toxicology Program at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health. Melnick led the design of the National Toxicology Program Carcinogenesis Studies of Cell Phone Radiofrequency Radiation in Rodents.

Last year, the National Toxicology Program, an agency within the US government’s National Institutes of Health, conducted a $30 million study that showed clear evidence of a causal link between cancer and exposure to wireless cell phone signals. Results demonstrated that cell phone radiation caused Schwann cell cancers of the heart and brain gliomas in rats, as well as DNA damage in the brain.

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