Assessment of cellular telephone and other radio frequency exposure for epidemiologic research.

@article{Rothman1996AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment of cellular telephone and other radio frequency exposure for epidemiologic research.},
  author={Kenneth J Rothman and C. K. Chou and Robert Morgan and Quirino Balzano and Arthur W. Guy and Donnie Funch and Susan Preston-Martin and Jack Mandel and Rainer Steffens and Gustavo Carlo},
  journal={Epidemiology},
  year={1996},
  volume={7 3},
  pages={291-8}
}
Epidemiologists are now embarking on the evaluation of the hypothesis that exposure to radio frequency energy from low-power wireless communication devices, such as portable cellular telephones, causes brain cancer and other adverse health outcomes. Even in the laboratory, exposures from radio frequency sources are difficult to quantify; their measurement in large populations for epidemiologic study is challenging. In this paper, we outline the nature and magnitude of these exposures and… CONTINUE READING

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