Can Using Your Cell Phone Actually Lead to Cancer or Is This a Myth?

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This video looks into the correlation between cell phone use and cancer. Cell phone usage is growing amongst all demographics of society, and with its greater use and daily reliance, the development of cancer through cellular radiation has been a controversial concern. Through analyzing randomized control trials and meta-analysis, this video provides information about the association between cell phone use and cancer and methods of protection against radiation associated with increased cancer risk.

This video was made by Health Science 4DM3 students: Shamweel Arman, Mohammed Abdul-Khaliq, Babur Ali and Melika Babadi

Copyrights McMaster University 2018

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