Environmental Health Trust reports about the new study of Ramazzini Institute (RI), Bologna, Italy, world’s largest animal study on cell tower radiation: „Scientists call on the World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer to re-evaluate the carcinogenicity of cell phone radiation after the Ramazzini Institute and US government studies report finding the same unusual cancers.“


Researchers with the renowned Ramazzini Institute (RI) in Italy announce that a large-scale lifetime study of lab animals exposed to environmental levels of cell tower radiation developed cancer. A $25 million study of much higher levels of cell phone radiofrequency (RF) radiation, from the US National Toxicology Program (NTP), has also reported finding the same unusual cancer called Schwannoma of the heart in male rats treated at the highest dose. In addition, the RI study of cell tower radiation also found increases in malignant brain (glial) tumors in female rats and precancerous conditions including Schwann cells hyperplasia in both male and female rats… TO THE POST

Comments On The Ramazzini Study By Annie J. Sasco, MD, DrPH, SM, MPH, Retired Director Of Research At The INSERM (French NIH) And Former Unit Chief At IARC-WHO, France:

… the information brought by experimental studies, conducted on mice and rats, are of paramount importance. The NTP results released recently found evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental animals for levels of exposures analogous to the ones experienced by humans using cell phones. Now the Ramazzini study reveals similar effects ... TO THE POST

Louis Slesin, Microwave News, „More Than a Coincidence“:

It’s happened again. A second large study has found tumors in the Schwann cells —schwannomas— in the hearts of male rats exposed to cell phone radiation. The new finding comes from the Ramazzini Institute in Bologna, Italy. The malignant schwannomas of the heart seen in the Italian study are the same as those described by the U.S. National Toxicology Program (NTP)… TO THE POST

Comment On NTP Study by Hardell-Team … TO THE POST