Cell phone radiation doesn't cause cellular stress, doesn't promote cancer | The Source | Washington University in St. Louis
Cell phone radiation doesn't stress human cells.Weighing in on the debate about whether cell phones have adverse health effects, researchers at the School of Medicine have found that the electromagnetic radiation produced by cell phones does not activate the stress response in mouse, hamster or human cells growing in cultures. High levels of the stress response are thought to result in changes associated with malignancy.