In an article on the Conversation website, Dariusz Leszczynski, PhD, adjunct professor of biochemistry, University of Helsinki, Finland, poses the hypothesis that cell phone radiation does not cause cancer by itself, but that long-term exposure increases the risk of developing cancer when other causes are in play. He points to several studies that have found that cell phone radiation increased the development of cancer in animals who were simultaneously exposed to low doses of known chemical carcinogens. Dr. Leszczynski notes that much more research is needed to prove his hypothesis.

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