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More Phone Safety Research
BBC NEWS
01/25/02

The government of the U.K. announced today a long term clinical study to assess the possible damage caused by mobile phones on humans. They have given 12 million to fund the study. Some limited research suggests that radiation from mobile phones can speed up the growth of human tissue and even affect human thought processes. Independent research has suggested children are more at risk because their skulls are thinner.Last year the government issued millions of leaflets advising children to limit mobile phone use to essential calls only. Jim Mochanz, who worked for 10 years installing mobile phone masts, told BBC Radio he now suffers from memory loss and mood swings and chronic tiredness. His colleagues had suffered "infinitely worse" problems which in some cases had been fatal, he added.