epa02762159 A UAE man uses his cell phone in the gulf state of Dubai, United Arab Emirates on 01 June 2011. A cellphone industry group on 31 May disputed the findings of a World Health Organization panel that for the first time linked cellphone use to cancer. The WHO report was the latest in a sporadic series of reports from other researchers that have raised the possibility of cellphone use and brain cancer, but the first for the WHO, which found that the ubiquitous odern devices are 'possibly carcinogenic.' The finding was issued by WHO's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) after an eight-day meeting of experts in Lyon, France in which 31 scientists reviewed hundreds of scientific articles. EPA/ALI HAIDER
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