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Brain cancer used to be extremely rare. Today, most of us know someone who has contracted this usually fatal disease. It’s become the number one cause of death in children. Brain cancer has reached epidemic proportions and continues to explode.

While its causes may be a mystery to some, tech industry experts have long suspected devices like cell phones, laptops, tablets, microwave ovens, hand held radios and wi-fi routers are the culprits.

Here’s cancer epidemiologist Professor Bruce Armstrong to shed some light. You’ll want to pay close attention, as your life could depend on it.

Could Wi-Fi-enabled devices be harmful to our health? You cannot see it or hear it but Wi-Fi blankets our homes, our schools and our cities. Australia’s safety agency says there’s no evidence of harm, but that’s not the same as saying its safe. A growing number of scientists are concerned that the widespread use of Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi-enabled devices could be slowly making us sick. In this Catalyst investigation, Dr Maryanne Demasi explores whether our wireless devices could be putting our health at risk.

 

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