Heavy mobile phone use and brain tumours

01-Jun-2016

A man who used his mobile phone for 6 hours a day has died of a brain tumour, aged 44.

Businessman Ian Phillips developed a tumour in the location where his mobile phone sat as he talked on his phone.

'My ear would be red when I left work at the end of the day. I didn't think what it was doing to my brain.'

Phillips spent the last months of his life informing other about radiation risks.

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