The New York Times' recent article about the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) classification of cell phone radiation highlights an ongoing debate among scientists, doctors and cell phone manufacturers as to whether cell phone use may be linked to an increase in several diseases.
Many, including former CDC director Dr. Christopher Portier, believe that there is more compelling evidence that suggests a link between cell phones and diseases and that the CDC is being too conservative with their stance. Some even suggest that cell phone manufacturers are in the back pocket of government organizations such as the CDC causing them to cover up the potential risks.
Regardless, the fact that such a debate exists is compelling enough to exercise caution and prevention when it comes to cell phone use until there are definitive findings, which could take many years.
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