Study Finds Cell Tower Radiation Linked to Cancer-Causing Damage in Human Blood
A 2017 study conducted by a group of researchers in India found that people living within 80 meters of cell antennas experienced a statistically significant amount of DNA damage as measured in their blood compared to people living over 300 meters away from cell antennas. The researchers concluded that the types of damages sustained by the group living closest to the cell antennas could lead to "several health disorders including the induction of cancer."
Read more about the study from the Environmental Health Trust here, or watch the video of Dr. Devra Davis describing the importance of the study's findings here at 28:30 minutes. To view the actual study, click here.