Report Stirs Debate on Cell Phone Safety
Environmental Working Group Warns of Health Risks; Other Experts Disagree
Second Opinion continued...
''As yet the scientific evidence for harm isn't there," he says. "The
evidence at this point does not suggest we need a sea change in the way we
approach cell phones."
A prepared statement attributed to John Walls, vice president of public
affairs for CTIA--The Wireless Association, the industry group for cellular
phones, says in part: ''The peer-reviewed scientific evidence has
overwhelmingly indicated that wireless devices do not pose a public health
CTIA points to the opinion of health organizations such as the American
Cancer Society, which concur with its view.