Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age
Martin Schram and George Carlo talked about their book Cell Phones: Invisible Hazards In the Wireless Age, published by Carroll & Graf Publishers. The book includes the published results of Dr. Carlo’s studies since 1993 as well as safety measures the authors suggest cell phone users take. The book shows that cell phone use has jumped from 15 million to 100 million people in the last eight years and examines potential links between cell phones, cancer, and genetic damage. After the discussion the authors answered questions from the audience. close
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George Carlo Founder Health Risk Management Group
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