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Mobile phone base stations and adverse health effects: phase 1 of a population-based, cross-sectional study in Germany
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    Health effects of mobile phone base stations

    Dear Editor:

    The timely article by Blettner et al. [1] reports an association, albeit weak, between adverse health effects and a distance of < 500 m from mobile phone base stations. The authors state that this observation cannot be explained by participant attributions or concerns alone and conclude that “the worries and health complaints of people living close to mobile phone base stations need to be taken s...

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