CDC Calls for Caution on Cell Phones, Then Gets Cold Feet
First Federal Agency To Acknowledge Risk Soon Backs Down
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August 20, 2014
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention —CDC— is the first U.S. health agency to call for precaution in the use of cell phones. “Along with many organizations worldwide, we recommend caution in cell phone use,” the CDC stated on its Web site’s FAQ About Cell Phones and Your Health and followed up with a call for more research to answer the unresolved cancer question.
The recommendation was posted on the CDC’s Web site on or before June 9. It passed mostly unnoticed until a few days ago when CDC decided it had overstepped —or, more likely, someone held its feet to the fire. Any reference to precaution was removed from its FAQ. The agency deleted any suggestion that it believes there may be health risks. The CDC now states:
“There is no scientific evidence that provides a definite answer to that question [can using a cell phone cause cancer?]. Some organizations recommend caution in cell phone use. More research is needed before we know if using cell phones causes health effects.”
For a printer-ready copy of the original, precautionary text, click here.
CDC’s full name is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This sudden reversal may help explain why “Prevention“ got left out of the CDC abbreviation.
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