Overzicht studies gsm-straling en kanker 2011-2018
- Gepubliceerd: maandag 28 januari 2019 17:47
De Zweedse Stichting voor Stralingbescherming maakte een mooi overzicht van de vele studies (2011-2018) die aantonen dat gsm-straling kanker kan veroorzaken:
2018: Mobile radiation should be classified as Group 1, human carcinogen. Miller et al. 2018
2018: Increased risk of brain tumor. New meta-analysis arrives at the same thing as previous analyzes: the overall research shows that use of a mobile phone for a longer time increases the risk of brain tumor. Wang et al. 2018
2017: Increased risk of brain tumor. Survey from Canada shows increased risk of brain tumor of mobile use. For those who used the mobile over a total of 558 hours, the risk was doubled. Mormoli et al. 2017
2017: Increased risk of brain tumor. Analysis of total available research shows that mobile use increases the risk of brain tumor. Prasad et al. 2017
2017: Increased risk of brain tumor. Analysis of total available research shows that mobile use increases the risk of brain tumor. Bortkiewicz et al. 2017
2017: Criteria for cancer relationship met. Results from available scientific research clarify the relationship between mobile use and cancer and meet the criteria required for connection to be determined. Conclusion: Radio frequency radiation should be considered as carcinogenic to humans. Carlberg et Hardell 2017
2016: Cancer in animal experiments. The largest animal study ever on the effects of mobile radiation shows increased incidence of brain tumor among exposed animals. The results thus confirm the results that show that mobile radiation causes brain tumor among mobile phone users. NTP 2016.
2015: Cancer mechanism. Analysis shows that 93 out of 100 studies show that mobile radiation / radio frequency radiation causes oxidative stress in cells. According to the researchers, they are “convincingly proven”. Oxidative stress is a recognized mechanism of cancer and many other diseases. Yakymenko et al. 2015
2015: Cancer in animal experiments. 3G radiation promotes cancer in animal experiments at levels far below current limit values / reference values from the Radiation Safety Authority and ICNIRP. Confirms previous research. Lerchl et al. 2015
2014: Cancer mechanism. Damage to cell DNA after exposure to radio frequency radiation has been reported in 74 of a total of 114 studies (65%). BioInitative Working Group
2014: Increased risk of brain tumor. Four times increased risk of brain tumor for those who used the cellphone for 30 minutes a day for a long time. The more the mobile was used, the higher the risk that began to increase already after a total of about 900 hours. Coureau et al. 2014.
2013: Increased risk of brain tumor. Surveys from Örebro University Hospital repeatedly show that those who used the mobile phone run the highest risk for brain tumors. The risk is greatest for those who started using the cellphone during their teens (400-700% increase). The Örebro research group is the only one that has examined long-term use for more than 25 years. The results show that the more and the longer the mobile phone is used, the more the risk increases. The use of a mobile phone or cordless telephone for a total of more than 2376 hours involves similar increased risks (between 2.5 – 7.7 times the increased risk), but the risk is already increasing at a total use of about 1000 hours. An analysis shows that the use of 3G phones increases the risk of brain tumor the more hours and the more years the mobile phone is used. Hardell et al. 2013.
2010, 2011: Increased risk of brain tumor. International WHO study (Interphone) shows increased risk of glioma. The survey was initiated in 1999 and is based on interviews with brain tumors until 2004 from 13 countries. The use of the mobile for a total of 1640 hours or more, corresponding to 30 minutes a day for years or little over an hour a day for four years, increased the risk by 40% -380%. The risk was also increased in an analysis of tumors in the most exposed area in the head (temporal lobe) and at the side that the mobile was used. The investigation has nevertheless underestimated the risks. Among other things, wireless telephone users have been regarded as unexposed even though they are exposed to similar radiation as mobile phone users. In addition, the study excluded people about the age of 59 who suffered from brain tumors even though that group contains many early major users. Interphone 2010; Cardis et al. 2011
2012: Impaired survival among brain tumor patients who continue to use the mobile. Survey from Örebro University Hospital also shows that those who have had a brain tumor have impaired survival possibilities if they continue to use a mobile phone or wireless phone after the diagnosis. Hardell et al. 2012
2011: Increased risk for brain tumor, children and adolescents. Increased risk (+ 115%) for brain tumor for those children / adolescents who have had mobile subscriptions for the longest time. The study generally underestimates the risk when only the first three years of use of wireless telephone have been investigated and this exposure has not been added to the use of mobile phones. Aydin et al. 2011
2011: Risk of hearing nerve tumor. International WHO study Interphone from 13 countries shows 180% increased risk of hearing nerve tumors for those with the longest latency and greatest use. Interphone 2011
2013: Increased risk of hearing nerve tumor. The risk is more than doubled already for the person using a mobile phone for a total of more than 512 hours. This corresponds to a use of an average of just under 10 minutes a day every day for ten years. For those who started using the mobile or wireless phone more than 20 years ago, the risk of tumor on the ear’s nerve increases by over 300%. Hardell et al. 2013
2013: Increased risk of hearing nerve tumor. Increased risk (+ 46%) for those who used the cellphone most in this survey, which involves use for more than 680 hours, and 67% increased risk for those who used wireless phone for more than 900 hours. Pettersson et al. 2014
2011: Risk of hearing nerve tumor. The use of mobile phones more than 20 minutes a day increases the risk. Sato et al. 2011
2011: Risk of cancer on the ear gland. Increased risk of cancer on the earpiece gland for those who used the mobile most. Duan et al. 2011