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Government Responds On Cell Phone Report

Government Responds On Cell Phone Report Accounting Web June 29, 2000   The Government has published its response to the Cell Phone and Health report from the independent expert group (Stewart group).   It accepts the conclusions of the risk assessment of cell phone technology set out in the report and agrees, in line with

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Cell Phone Standards ‘Fail To Reflect Risk’

Cell Phone Standards 'Fail To Reflect Risk' The Courier-Mail Journalist: Sean Parnell June 21, 2000   The Australian Senate has been told that mobile telephone standards in the country do not adequately reflect health risks.   On 20 June 2000, principal scientific officer at Sydney's St Vincent's Hospital, Peter French, called for tougher restrictions on

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U.S. To Oversee New Cell Phone Safety Studies

U.S. To Oversee New Cell Phone Safety Studies Reuters Journalist: Lisa Richwine June 9, 2000 U.S. health officials said on Thursday they would oversee new industry-funded studies to address lingering questions about whether radiation from cellular phones may be harmful to users. The Food and Drug Administration said it would recommend the research design and

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FDA To Scrutinize Cell Phone Safety

FDA To Scrutinize Cell Phone Safety Bloomberg News June 8, 2000 The Food and Drug Administration says it will supervise an industry-funded research project to examine whether cellular phone users may be harmed by the energy emitted from the devices. The FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) have signed an agreement under which

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