Report link to power lines cancer

After looking at a database of 50,500 patients diagnosed with lymphatic and bone marrow cancer between 1972 and 1980, researchers at the University of Tasmania and the University of Bristol in the UK found that living near a high-voltage power line could increase leukemia, lymphoma and associated risks. Later in life

People who lined up at a distance of 828 years were five times more likely to have life-threatening cancer. People who live within the energy range at any point in their first 1 year period are three times more likely to develop cancer as adults.

Journal of Internal Medicine September 2007 2007; (37 ()): 141– August, 200.


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