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Unique Paper ID: 3454
Paper Title: increased incidence of cancer near a cell-phone transmitter station
Entered: 25/06/2011 15:02:00
Published: On 31/03/2004 23:59:35 in International Journal of Cancer Prevention - 2004; April: 1(2)
Authors*: Wolf R, Wolf D
Organisation: Kaplan Medical Center, Rechovot, Israel
Pubmed Reference: No PubMed entry provided
Class: Abstract Only
Type: Original
Reviewal Process: Traditional Journal

* The author marked in italics is the corresponding author of the paper.

Full Citation

Wolf R et al, (2004) increased incidence of cancer near a cell-phone transmitter station, Int J Cancer Prev 2004; April: 1(2)

Keywords

Cancer incidence study (Major keyword)
Cell-phone transmitter station cell-phone antenna (Major keyword)
radiofrequency radiation (Major keyword)
Netanya (Minor keyword)

Abstract

In the area of exposure (area A) eight cases of different kinds of cancer were
diagnosed in a period of only one year. This rate of cancers was compared both with the rate of 31 cases per 10,000 per year in the general population and the 2/1222 rate recorded in the nearby clinic (area B). Relative cancer rates for femaleswere 10.5 for area A, 0.6 for area B and 1 for the whole town of Netanya. Cancer incidence of women in area A was thus significantly higher (p less than 0.0001) compared with that of area B and the whole city. A comparison of the relative risk revealed that there were 4.15 times more cases in area A than in the entire population.
The study indicates an association between increased incidence of cancer and living in proximity to a cell-phone transmitter station.

Notes

Partial abstract