The next time you go out in public, take a moment to look around and see how many people are now using cell phones. Even kids as young as seven and eight are now using these devices as their parents want to be able to stay in touch in the event of an accident or other disaster. How many people stop to think about the dangers of cell phone radiation brain tumors though? Cell phones are dangerous and this is being hidden from the general public. Not only would the cell phone companies lose out if people stopped using them, the government would also as they make money from regulating these devices.

In 1992, David Reynard was the first to claim that cell phones were dangerous to the human health. Since that time, many lawsuits have been filed and then thrown out as judges believe there is a lack of scientific data to back up the claims. Another case involving cell phone radiation brain tumors was that of Michael Murray who sued Motorola. He blamed them for problems he was experiencing including vision problems and severe headaches. He later died of brain cancer.

Courts in other countries have also dealt with cell phone radiation brain tumors lawsuits. In 2009, the Versailles Court of Appeal in France, ruled against a telecommunications company. This company was forced to take their mobile phone mast down as it could not be determined what effect this equipment would have on human health. As there is no consensus among countries about the effects of this, they felt it was best to err on the side of caution.

Unfortunately the United States has not followed suit. The reason for this, and why so many lawsuits are held up in the court system, is that billions of dollars are poured into the economy thanks to these devices and their accessories. This money would be lost if a clear connection were made between mobile devices and cell phone radiation brain tumors. Furthermore, the federal government makes money through the regulation of cellular waves. They don’t want to lose either at this point. Until an unbiased study definitively proves this, this is not likely to change.

JP

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