There is no link between mobile phones and any health problems, a decade-long report has concluded.
The study also found no evidence that exposure to base station emissions during pregnancy increases the risk of childhood leukaemia.
‘This independent programme is now complete, and despite exhaustive research, we have found no evidence of risks to health from the radio waves produced by mobile phones or their base stations.
‘Thanks to the research conducted within the programme, we can now be much more confident about the safety of modern telecommunications systems.’
The £13.6 million, 11 year programme has been jointly funded by the
Its findings support 2012 research which showed mobile and Wi-Fi technology doesnt cause cancer and causes no damage to health.
After assessing health hazards from low-level electromagnetic fields generated by radio transmitters, researchers at the Norwegian Expert Committee found there is no scientific evidence that exposure poses a health risk.
These electromagnetic fields are found around mobile phones, wireless phones and networks, mobile phone base stations, broadcasting transmitters and other communications equipment.
The latest research also supports a 2011 study from
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