Hardell LO, Carlberg M, Söderquist F, Hansson Mild K, et al. (2007):

The authors reviewed 2 cohort and 16 case-control studies, and summarized results of analyses of risk of brain tumour when subjects had used cell phones for at least 10 years. They felt that the cohort studies had methodological problems and did not summarize their results. Of the 16 case-control studies, 11 gave results for at least 10 years’ use or latency period. They concluded that use of cell phones for at least 10 years gave a consistent pattern of an increased risk for acoustic neuroma and glioma, especially for ipsilateral exposure.

It should be noted that not all the results were statistically significant, and some of the results quoted from their own studies cannot be found in the original paper. For glioma, there were no statistically significantly increased odds ratios for use for at least 10 years, apart from their own studies.

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