Breast Cancer From Smartphone Radiation? Cell Phone Companies Warn YOU To Keep Distance!
“No Phone Zone!”
Join RF Safe in making the bra a “No Cellphone Zone!” Protect your breast by observing that ALL cell phone manufactures require a minimum body separation distance from your Smartphone!
Just look, it’s in the fine print of your owners manual — and you’ll see why most young women using Smartphones today are not aware that “when in contact with skin” potentially harmful microwave radiation exposure can exceed the FCC’s safety guideline which is currently a legal limit of 1.6 watts per kilogram (W/kg) averaged over 1 gram of simulated body tissue.
FACT: Current FCC testing only observes positions that reflect head exposure of a 200 pound man, and SAR testing at the body is done assuming all consumers use a belt clip holster.
NONE of the SAR testing required by the FCC for simulating human exposure to microwave radiation take into account absorption radiation into breast tissue.
Don’t wait, start October 2015 by telling ALL your female friends about making their bra a “No Phone Zone” to help spread awareness of potential cancer risk from storing or carrying a cell phone in the bra.
Statistics show young women are not being properly informed about the risk of cell phones and breast cancer!
- A survey of college girls that showed that 40% of the respondents stored their cell phones in their bras on a daily basis.
- Additionally, 3% of survey respondents stored their cell phones in their bras for more than 10 hrs. per day.
Dr. John West discusses phone breast cancer link on The Dr. Oz Show
Dr. Oz reveals why you should keep your cellphone out of your bra. He discusses why medical experts believe there’s a link between wearing a cellphone in your bra and breast cancer, and how convenience is doing your body more harm than good. Visit DoctorOz.com for more information and a video clip of the episode!
Open letter from Traci Frantz cell phone breast cancer She hopes that you will read her letter at a Council meeting to raise awareness of this issue
Slideshow cell phone breast cancer A Powerpoint Presentation on Tiffany Frantz and her struggle with breast cancer after storing the cell phone in her bra for 5 years.
Published Research on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risks:
- Rethinking Breast Cancer Risk and the Environment: The Case for the Precautionary Principle
- Hormones, hormone metabolism, environment, and breast cancer: a workshop of the National Action Plan on Breast Cancer’s Etiology Working Group
- Medical hypothesis: xenoestrogens as preventable causes of breast cancer
- Effects of pesticides on the ratio of 16 alpha/2-hydroxyestrone: a biologic marker of breast cancer risk
- Can environmental Estrogens cause breast cancer?
- Medical hypothesis: bifunctional genetic-hormonal pathways to breast cancer
- Avoidable causes of breast cancer: the known, unknown, and the suspected
- Recent developments on the avoidable causes of breast cancer
- Association between biomarkers of environmental exposure and increased risk of breast cancer