LookoutMtnTwrsCell phones, scanners, TVs and radios have all been tested for safety. But how they interact with living cells is not well understood. Sorting out these effects is the goal of a conference this Sunday, at the School of Mines in Golden. Shelley Schlender reports.

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  1. Cell-phones were never tested for safety prior to mass marketing. See Dr. G.L.Carlo’s book “Invisible Hazards in the Wireless Age” for a complete detail of how research in the 90′s revealed genetic damage and other serious problems from cell-phone radiation.

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