SPIN vs FACT: National Toxicology Program report on cancer risk from cellphone radiation

Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D. has created a Fact Sheet on the recent NTP study that summarizes some “Spin” that is being presented in the media on this important study and its findings. These biased statements are being used to sow seeds of doubt in relation to data quality and the implications this research brings to the table. A separate column presents the “Facts” that has in some cases been sourced from decades of peer reviewed research.

Spin Vs Fiction NTP Study

Dr Moskowitz is a Director, Center for Family & Community Health, School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley.

The fact sheet and a more detailed discussion of the NTP study findings can be found here http://www.saferemr.com/2016/05/national-toxicology-progam-finds-cell.html

The graphs below helps tell the story from the perspective of real Human brain tumor incidence data. The first graph is based on brain tumor data from The Netherlands.

“The black segment of each column tracks the incidence of glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the most aggressive and deadly type of brain tumors. While the total incidence of all types of brain tumors in The Netherlands rose at the rate of only about 0.7% per year, the increase in GBM was about 3.1% per year —that is, the incidence more than doubled over the period 1989-2010. (Follow the thin red line we superimposed on the histogram to track the trend.) This is a statistically significant increase. At the same time, the rate of all the other types of brain tumors went down; these changes are also significant. The higher incidence of GBMs is being masked by the lower rates of the other types of brain cancer.

GBM rates 2014 EAPC stands for estimated annual percentage change

adapted from Ho et al, European Journal of Cancer, 2014, p.231″

SourceMicrowave News

Below are Brain Tumour rates for the ACT and N.S.W.

Australian Brain Tumour rates ACT & NSW

Source:Surgical Neurology International 2011, 2:176

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3 Responses to SPIN vs FACT: National Toxicology Program report on cancer risk from cellphone radiation

  1. dana says:

    Can anyone tell me, did the WHO say that they couldn’t change the classification for risk of mobile phones being carcinogenic until they had animal studies?

  2. Anonymous says:

    The people are the Government that would make the other one a corporation. Which one is telling you the opposite? Would cigarette packets have graphic warnings if they did not have to have them?

  3. Rik says:

    We’ve known this for years. Why does the governments keep telling us the opposite? Why do they keep on lying when the truth is already out there?

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