Smoking is safer than cell phones
In the light of newly opened public war with smoking and its consequences statements of many brain experts have never been heard. Hence, many of them are constantly alerting of giant increase in the number of brain tumors and urging the manufacturers to make immediate steps to decrease radiation caused by mobile phones.
The research, recently conducted by Prof. Vini Khurana an expert in cancer tumors, indicates that mobile communication could contribute to killing thousands more people than smoking or other addictions. The award-winning Prof. Khurana believes that people have to stop using mobile phones wherever they want and governments and the mobile industry moguls have to undertake “immediate steps” to diminish radiation exposure.
Dr Vini Khurana, concluded that mobile phones manufacturers don’t think about those devastating consequences of radiation, as they simply hide behind the back of cigarette industry who is faces constants attacks of various health organizations.
“I am not saying that smoking is good and mobile communication is bad for people, I am just trying to make people know that mobile phones radiation is directly linked with principal brain cancer causes, and smoking has nothing common with it. And let me remind you that brain cancer is the most difficult to cure,” Khurana stated.
This research draws the attention on growing scientific evidence that use of gadgets and handsets during a decade or more might double the risk of brain cancer. It has been scientifically proved that cancers take at least 10 years to develop, putting under question official safety guarantees based on earlier researches that contained few, or even none, people who had been using the mobile phones within that long period of time.
Professor Khurana – a famous neurosurgeon, who has received 14 awards during only last 16 years, has published and reviewed more than 150 studies regarding the effects and consequences of mobile communication.
He agrees that mobile phones can help in saving people lives during emergencies, but believes that there was a significant and rising evidence for a relation between mobile phone use and brain tumors. He hopes that this connection would be “definitively proven” within following 10 years.
Dr Khurana underlined that malignant brain tumors were named “a life-ending diagnosis”, and added that the situation with mobile phones radiation “is reactively unchecked and dangerous.”
Professor is afraid that “unless the industry and governments take immediate and decisive steps”, the level of malignant deathly brain tumors would rise universally during the next decade, and by that time it might have been too late to intervene medically.
Professor Khurana considers that radiation caused by mobile phones has far wider public health consequences than smoking,” His assessment is partly based on the fact that today three billion people use the phones worldwide, with this number being three times as many as number of smokers.
Earlier this year, the French government urged to avoid the use of mobile phones, especially by children. Germany also advises its people to minimize the use, and the European Environment Agency has called for radiation to be reduced.
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