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The Increase of Brian Tumours in Adolescents and the EMF/RF Radiation Relationship

By September 21, 2016No Comments

Brain tumours are now the leading cancer in American adolescents, and incidence is rising in young adults according to the largest, most comprehensive analysis of these age groups to date.

The Former President of Microsoft Canada Co. from 1991 to 1996, Frank Clegg, now works with C4ST to educate people on the health effects from Electromagnetic radiation also known as radiation frequency radiation or non-ionizing radiation. Canadians For Safe Technology, C4ST, is a not-for-profit, completely volunteer-based coalition of parents, citizens and experts whose mission is to educate and inform Canadians and their policy makers about the dangers of the exposures to unsafe levels of radiation from technology, and to work with all levels of government to create healthier communities for children and families across Canada.

Canada is undoubtedly similar. “The astounding increases reported in this study, especially in young people, mirror what I am seeing in my clinic,” responded Dr. Jacob Easaw, from the Tom Baker Cancer Centre in Calgary. “Canada is in the process of establishing a comparable brain tumour registry, so these analyses will not be available here for 15 or 20 years. I am increasingly convinced that mobile phones are a major cause, and urgent action is needed.”

Cell phones emit electromagnetic frequency, radio frequency energy (radio waves), which is a form of non-ionizing radiation. Cell phone use in Canada has become unprecedented with 28.8 million currently in use. Canada also has the 4th heaviest mobile data users in the world. The amount of radiation from these devices Canadians are being exposed to, has and continues to grow exponentially as these wireless devices are now being brought to school, being kept under pillows, and being used to watch streaming content.

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The Increase of Brain Tumours in Adolescents