Scientists said cellphones is likely to be cancer-causing agent

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Scientists said cellphones is likely to be cancer-causing agent

An international panel of scientists concluded that the cellphone's electromagnetic radiation can be related to two types of brain tumors and other cancers. The International Agency for Research on Cancer, an WHO's arm, will go to the WHO and national health agencies for this assessment to guide the safe use of the cellphone .

The possibly carcinogenic as classifying agents should not directly cause cancer. Researchers classify alcohol drink as a known carcinogen and night shift work as a probable carcinogen. The scientists likened the cellphone electromagnetic waves in the same category of pesticide DDT, gasoline engine exhaust and coffee.

Users of cellphones in the world has reached 5 billion (three-quarters of the global population), last year's survey has revealed. According to Ed Yong, a head of health information at Cancer Research UK, the WHO Decision means there are some proof linking mobile phones to cancer, but its too weak to draw strong conclusions from it.

The cellphone radiation does not directly damage DNA, but the cellphone's radio frequency waves can cause heat in body tissues but has not been known to be harmful to human cells or not. Its good for us to anticipate the cellphone radiation dangers by using a headset, a wireless earpiece and limit the use of child-related development of their brain. Its more better if we don't use it when driving to avoid the accident. According to the American Cancer Society, about 6 percent of cancers are related to environmental causes, such as is caused by exposure-jobs.