Sloan Kettering Scientists Show Cell Phone Radiation Absorption in Brain Tissue a Function of Power Level and Radiation Time
Sloan Kettering study in ex-vivo brain tissue shows “The volume of the hot spot generated by absorbed cell phone radiation depends on the antenna power level and the irradiation time.” The scientists are perfecting the methodology and expect visualization of in vivo brain tissues will be feasible and approved by the Institutional Review Board. This will allow clarity of what is happening in the brain from cell phones.
Read “NMR imaging of cell phone radiation absorption in brain tissue,” published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (Jan 2013).
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