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Fresh Fears Over Cellphones
Neuroscience: A Swedish study links mobile phones to brain damage. In rats, anyway.
By Elizabeth Svoboda
Posted 02.08.2004 at 12:00 pm
The safety of cellphones has been called into question, again. This time the scientific community is paying very close attention.
Last summer neurosurgeon Leif Salford and colleagues at Lund University
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