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"Cancer" mobile phone headlines don't help anybody

James Rosewell writes:

"Mobile: new cancer alert" - The Daily Telegraph

The front page of Saturday's Telegraph led with the headline "Mobiles: new cancer alert" re-igniting fears about mobile phone usage. The centrepiece of the article is "a £20 million, decade long investigation, overseen by the World Health Organization (WHO) will publish evidence that heavy [mobile phone] users face a higher risk of developing brain tumors later in life". How should this topic be reported and what will it mean for our industry?

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Daily Telegraph says heavy mobile use could carry health warning

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‘What Mobile’ magazine announces 2009 award winners

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Apparently Nokia doesn’t want to keep Dopplr

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Android handset shipments to exceed 31 million units in 2013

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