Mobiles and cancer not linked says study

According to a recent study by Denmark's National Cancer Institute mobile phones do not increase the chances of developing cancer. The study involved 400,000 mobile phone users over 15 years and found that they had a cancer rate equal to the general population. However, the research did not come to a conclusive decision regarding mobile phone use and other diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. The NSW Cancer Council says the Danish study should provide some reassurance for concerned mobile users.

‘Mobiles not linked to cancers', The Daily Telegraph, 08/02/01, p 7.