What Types Of Cancer Can Develop From Cell Phones?

What Types Of Cancer Can Develop From Cell Phones?

There’s no denying the research showing that cell phones emit radiofrequency energy. This energy is a kind of electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic radiation can be classified into two kinds: ionizing and non-ionizing. If you are exposed to ionizing radiation your risk of developing cancer is increased greatly. In fact, a study conducted not too long ago brought to light the fact that when an individual operates a cell phone for 50 minutes, the side of his or her brain on which the phone is used exhibited symptoms of increased growth of glucose on the brain tissue than the side of brain where the phone was not employed. If you use cell phones often or on a daily basis, you need to know what sort of cancers you are at risk of.

What types of cancers can develop from cell phones?

Through studies researchers have found that there is a possibility that cell phone users can increase the chances of contracting brain tumors such as gliomas, acoustic neuromas, meningiomas and parotid gland tumors.

  • Gliomas – A glioma is a type of primary brain tumor and accounts for 33% of brain tumors. A gliomas tumor originates in the cells of the glial cells of the brain. Glial cells are tissue that surrounds and supports the neurons of the brain.
  • Acoustic Neuromas – This is a benign tumor that develops on the nerve that connects the ear to the brain. The tumor grows slowly and presses against the hearing and balance nerves as it grows. The types of symptoms from the tumor include: loss of hearing on one side, ringing in ears, and dizziness and balance problems.
  • Meningiomas – This is a tumor that arises from the meninges – the membranes that surround your brain and spinal chord. Most meningiomas are non-cancerous, but in rare cases can be cancerous, and are sometimes atypical. They most often occur in older women, but are sometimes found in men, and don’t always require immediate treatment.
  • Partoid Gland Tumors – This is a tumor that develops in the tubes of the salivary glands or the gland itself. Salivary glands are located around the mouth and produce saliva. The symptoms of this tumor are usually painless swelling of the glands, difficult moving one side of the face, and sometimes nerve palsy.

If you are have further questions about cancers that can develop from cell phone use or are in need of legal advice or representation please contact the offices of Frasier, Frasier, & Hickman, LLP at 918-584-4724 today!

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