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#54418 - 07/04/1106:33 AM[Reuters] Evidence "increasingly against" phone cancer risk
LONDON (Reuters) - Despite a recent move to classify mobile phones as possibly carcinogenic, the scientific evidence increasingly points away from a link between their use and brain tumors, according to a new study on Saturday.