. METHODS: The Methods outlines the approach used by the author in researching and writing this e-paper. Between December 2006 and March 2008, the author personally reviewed over 100 sources of information extracted from the medical literature (PubMed and Medline searches using keywords and combinations such as "Brain tumour", "Cell Phone", "Mobile Phone", "Base Station", "Electromagnetic Field", "Electromagnetic Radiation", and "Radiofrequency Radiation") and the Internet and popular Press (Google and MSN searches using the same keywords and combinations). Important references are italicised throughout this e-paper.
Now I am more convinced that the doc is a blarney artist. He read 100 articles. He googled words like tumor and cell phone and got what he got. I assert that he's cherry picking the facts and running to the microphones.
>> I assert that he’s cherry picking the facts and running to the microphones.
Three words: Tort. Lawyer. Bull$hit.
The study has not been peer reviewed
This is what science has become?
I would assert you are correct.
Reminds of all the nonsense about banning smoking in bars and restaurants........this is exactly how they got away with all that cherry picking.