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British Medical Journal: Microwave News Article Archive (2004 - )

October 17, 2013

“Journal Policy on Research Funded by the Tobacco Industry,” editorial, British Medical Journal, October 16, 2013: We “will no longer consider for publication any study that is partly or wholly funded by the tobacco industry.”

Cites “the growing body of evidence that biases and research misconduct are often impossible to detect, and that the source of funding can influence the outcomes of studies in invisible ways.”

November 3, 2011

The latest update of the Danish cell phone-cancer study is being touted as the biggest and best ever. It shows “no link between mobile phone use and [brain] tumors,” according to the press release.

Don’t believe a word of it.

On October 20, the British Medical Journal released the third installment of the Danish Cancer Society’s cohort study, which has been tracking some 400,000 mobile phones subscribers since the 1980s. The whole enterprise has been dogged by controversy and political suspicions since the first results were published ten years ago.

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