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EMF Policy Facts: Switzerland
October 2014 | Viewpoint

The viewpoint 'EMF Policy Facts: Switzerland' outlines the legal background of RF EMF exposure limits in Switzerland.


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EMF Policy Facts: Austria
September 2014 | Viewpoint

The viewpoint 'EMF Policy Facts: Austria' outlines the legal background of RF EMF exposure limits in Austria and busts the myth of the so-called 'Salzburg Milliwatt'.


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Mobile Phone Use and Brain Tumours: Latest Reviews and Incidence Rates
May 2014 | Viewpoint

A recently published French case-control study by Coureau and others on mobile phone use and brain tumours needs to be viewed in the context of all of the available evidence and against a backdrop of brain tumour incidence data from around the world. Importantly, the authors found: “No statistically significant association was observed overall for those who used mobile phones regularly (defined as at least once a week for more than 6 months) compared to non-users.”


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International Comparison of Base Station Exposure Levels (Updated)
November 2013 | Viewpoint

Two recent studies have published comparative analyses of data from surveys of mobile phone base stations. The first study investigated more than 173 000 measurements from the year 2000 onwards in more than 20 countries across five continents. The second study contained almost 260 000 measurement points from seven African countries over two time frames from 2001 to 2003 and 2006 to 2012.


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India’s experiences with lowering base station exposure limits below the ICNIRP guidelines
November 2013 | Viewpoint

In 2008, the Indian Government adopted the International Commission on Non- Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guidelines for RF exposure, in line with the advice of the World Health Organization (WHO). The WHO has stated that there is no convincing scientific evidence that the weak RF signals from base stations and wireless networks cause adverse health effects.


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Mobile phone SAR information and 3rd party safety labels
November 2013 | Viewpoint

MMF members design, test and manufacture their mobile phones to meet the stringent requirements of science-based international standards endorsed by the World Health Organization. In Europe, mobile phones carry the CE mark demonstrating to consumers that the products conform to the relevant European standards and requirements, including Radio Frequency (RF) exposure. In addition....


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