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Risk of human exposure to cellular mobile communication radiation

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Most of our knowledge concerning the biological effects of radio frequency (RF) radiation from wireless communication devices has come out of investigations conducted using experimental animals, such as rats, mice, etc. When it comes to the impact of RF radiation on human health and safety, epidemiology can play a pivotal role because it is a study of the distribution of disease and its determinants in human populations. To examine if exposure to wireless communication radiation is involved in cancer induction and promotion, it is necessary to collect data from people with similar backgrounds, other than RF exposure

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Microwave Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 2 )