Cell Phones, Brain Cancer and Public Health with Katie Singer
20 minutes of cell phone usage breaks the double-strands of our DNA.
If our body’s repair systems cant keep up with these breaks, cancer and birth defects can result. 
Using a digital cell phone as a teenager or younger increases brain cancer risk by 420%. 
These are just a few of the startling statistics published in well respected, peer reviewed journals (like the International Journal of Oncology) that I found when I began investigating the safety of cell phone usage.
What surprised me most was not that I could find data to support the claims of cells phones causing cancer.
The biggest surprise was the volume of science-backed data that calls into question the safety of cell phones and other electronic devices.
I kept digging and kept asking questions.
Why aren’t these studies more widely circulated?
Why aren’t communication companies and the government doing more to prevent these public health concerns?
Are cell phones and other electronics as safe as we think they are?
You’re not going to like the answers…
Me: “Sounds like the government is making up laws to facilitate technology at the cost of human and biological ?
Katie: “Exactly right”
Meet Katie Singer
Katie Singer is the author of An Electronic Silent Spring and she serves as a consultant for the Electromagnetic Radiation Policy (EMRP) Institute, a 20-year-old watchdog group.
I was connected to Katie by Joel Moskowitz, the director of UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health. (Joel declined my OPP invite due to the unique status of his position and to maintain neutrality/diplomacy in academia.)
Our goal with this post and this podcast is simply to inform you.
Both Katie and I want you to be armed with the full spectrum of knowledge regarding electronics, technology, and the policies that
“It’s about being informed and making an educated decision for yourself”
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