ehtrust.org, article updated 2019
The World Health Organization International Agency for the Research on cancer recommends reducing exposure to radio frequency radiation (RFR) from cell phones. This is stated in the 2011 Press Release. There are also expert advisors of the World Health Organization who are making clear statements that radiofrequency radiation is a carcinogen backed by scientific evidence. On this page we have the documentation of the statements and videos of the World Health organization experts speaking.
It is important to note that the World Health Organization International Agency for the Research on Cancer is a different entity than the World Health Organization EMF Project. The EMF Project was started with industry money and has been criticized for lack of transparency and deep roots to industry. As an example, we are not informed as to who writes the factsheets and content and when asked, there is no response. The one paid staff member on the EMF Project is an engineer who has a history of support by wireless companies.
However the World Health Organization International Agency for the Research on Cancer EMF Working group for the evaluation of RFR was vetted for conflicts of interest and is considered the gold standard for evaluating carcinogens. On this page we present the information from this body of the World Health Organization.
Please watch these videos of World Health Organization International Agency for the Research on Cancer’s Position on Wireless and Health. After the videos we have more information all hyperlinked to the source. We also review members of the WHO/IARC and their recent statements so that the reader can see examples of statements by experts on the scientific evidence showing harm. Yes, there is scientific evidence. [See original article.]