Long-term exposure to microwave radiation provokes cancer growth: evidences from radars and mobile communication systems.

Yakymenko I1, Sidorik E, Kyrylenko S, Chekhun V.
The carcinogenic effect of MW irradiation is typically manifested after long term (up to 10 years and more) exposure. Nevertheless, even a year of operation of a powerful base transmitting station for mobile communication reportedly resulted in a dramatic increase of cancer incidence among population living nearby. In addition, model studies in rodents unveiled a significant increase in carcinogenesis after 17-24 months of MW exposure both in tumor-prone and intact animals.