Re: "Radio-frequency radiation exposure from AM radio transmitters and childhood leukemia and brain cancer".

@article{Schz2008ReR,
  title={Re: "Radio-frequency radiation exposure from AM radio transmitters and childhood leukemia and brain cancer".},
  author={Joachim Sch{\"u}z and Johannes Philipp and Hiltrud Merzenich and Sven Schmiedel and Hauke Br{\"u}ggemeyer},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={167 7},
  pages={883-4}
}
Ha et al. (1) report results from a Korean study that was a major improvement compared with previous studies on the possible association between radiofrequency electromagnetic field (RF-EMF) exposure and cancer risk. The casecontrol approach with sizeable numbers of subjects using individual exposure estimation was clearly superior to previous ecologic studies in the vicinity of television and radio broadcast transmitters (2–9). We are, however, concerned about some methodological issues. First… CONTINUE READING
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