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    No Cellphone-Cancer Link

    (FILES) - A picture taken on May 13, 2010, shows a man speaking on his mobile phone in central Sydney. The use of cell phones and other wireless communication devices are "possibly carcinogenic to humans", the World Health Organisation's (WHO) cancer research agency said on May 31, 2011.  AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD (Photo credit should read GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

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    You can keep talking on your cellphone; there's still no evidence it causes cancer. A Danish study surveyed 350,000 people—the largest such study yet—and found that there was no difference in cancer rates between people who had used a cellphone for about a decade and those who did not. Last year a study found no clear connection between phones and cancer, but it did find a possible association between very heavy phone use and a rare form of brain tumor. The study was too small to make a scientific case, but it led the International Agency for Research on Cancer to classify cellphones as "possibly carcinogenic," alongside coffee and gasoline exhaust.

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