International Journal of Science and Healthcare Research

| Home | Current Issue | Archive | Instructions to Authors | Journals |

Review Article

Year: 2016 | Month: October-December | Volume: 1 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 25-28

Mobile Phone Technology: An Assessment in Respect of Radiation Dangers

Dr Simon Raymond

Melbourne University, Melbourne, Australia.


There has been research and increasing media attention in respect of mobile phones as a cause of brain cancer in recent years.  The purpose of the current report is to provide an assessment of the issue.  The report considers the principle hierarchy of medical evidence in accordance with formal evidence based medicine (EBM) guidelines.  As a means of validation, the report considers experiential and observational evidence.  The principle findings of the report: at this stage the evidence is not sufficient to definitively implicate mobile phone technology as a cause of brain cancer.     

Keywords (Terms): Carcinoma; EBM; Meta-Analysis; Mobile; Non-Ionizing; Radiation; RCT; Systematic Review; Technology

[PDF Full Text]