He spent up to six hours a day talking on a cell phone. Ian Phillips (44) from Great Britain was a rugby player and businessman.
His ear would be red after the end of the working day due to the mighty cell phone use, but he was not aware of how much damage to his brain it was causing. Two years ago, his health deteriorated and he went to the doctor.
The diagnosis was terrible – a brain tumor as big as a lemon. He passed several operations, chemotherapy and radiation, but there was no help. Doctors told him he would not live more than three years, and they were right. He died surrounded by his family recently.
He claimed that the tumor was caused due to radiation from mobile phones, and the doctors silently agreed with him. Up until his death he spread awareness of the dangers of using a cell phone, especially how harmful it can be for children.
Image From Tumor
I knew from the first moment that I got cancer because I used the phone a lot. I was constantly on it. Later, I spent a lot of time studying the various researches of a brain tumor. I’m really worried about children using mobile phones. Their skull is softer and radiation can be much easier to get to their brains. I tell people that I am sure that the cause of my cancer that is because I used a cell phone for up to six hours a day. Even doctors are not opposed to my claim. I used to be a successful football player, was in great shape, and never sick. It is interesting that my tumor was diagnosed on a device I installed in hospitals across the country – said Ian before his death.
Experts around the world are divided over claims that radiation from mobile phones can cause brain tumors. According studies conducted by the University of Sydney, there is no link between brain cancer and cell phone.
In another study it was revealed that there is a connection to the occurrence of a specific form of brain tumor –glioblasty. It is the most common and most aggressive brain tumor, accounting for 80 percent of all malignant brain tumors.
Brain Tumor from Cell Phone
Some people say they feel some discomfort when they are talking about a little longer on a cell phone, for example, more than five minutes, they become nervous and feel compelled to put it away from the ear.
Source : sportonlinegroup.com