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In this study, we investigated the effect of exposure time of broadband microwave radiation on bone marrow cell cultures. The cells were illuminated by electromagnetic radiation using a broadband noise source operating in the range from 60 to 400 GHz. The vitality of the cells was estimated as a proportion of dead cells. All experimental results were treated employing statistical methods. The optimal exposure time was determined for specific experimental conditions. The cytoprotective influence of mm-wave radiation was assessed.