A study by the Catholic University of Louvain shows that the death rate of laboratory rats doubles when exposed to cell phone waves and wifi networks.
A study from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL) cited Tuesday, June 24 by the Belgian newspaper Le Soir indicates that the mortality rate of laboratory rats doubles when they are exposed to waves from mobile phones and wifi networks.
This study is published when about twenty scientists and oncologists launched on June 15 in Paris a call for precautionary measures in the use of mobile phones, in the absence of definitive scientific conclusions on their possible dangerousness for health.
The mortality rate of three groups of rats subjected for 18 months to three levels of electromagnetic exposures used in mobile technologies was 60%, against 29% in a group of rats "spared", according to the Belgian study , which constitutes the doctoral thesis in applied sciences defended Monday at UCL by Dirk Adang.
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