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Radiation emission
SuperHawk
Member

I am 59 and have had a cell phone since age 25.  I have friends with glioblastoma brain cancer.  Suspected causes are readiation emmissions from cell phones, WiFi, etc.  Mainly cell phones.  Check this site to see which phones emit the least radiation. https://www.lifewire.com/best-zte-phones-4161028

Also, look into cell cases that reduce the emmisssions.

Re: Radiation emission
RyanP15715
Member

All Phones Cause Radation Because of Cell Signal so your most likely to OOOF jk It aint bad radation

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Re: Radiation emission
mama23dogs

Wouldn’t a case that reduces emissions also block signal? 🤨

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