Breast Cancer Risk: Cell Phones in Bras is a No-No for Ta-Tas

By B.N. Frank has many great articles, links, and videos about how exposure to all sources of cell phone and WiFi radiation can harm all parts of our bodies including breasts.

In regard to breasts,

  1. Cellphones are two-way microwave radios that should not be kept directly on the body.
  2. The soft fatty tissue of the breast readily absorbs this radiation.
  3. Case Reports are accumulating of young women with no family history getting a diagnosis of breast cancer. The tumors were unusually located directly underneath the skin where they placed their cell phones in their bra.
  4. Doctors voice this precautionary advice: Women should not store their cell phones in their bras.

There are 19 videos about this at the bottom of this page as well as well as a PowerPoint Presentation and open letter written by Breast Cancer Survivor, Tiffany Frantz.  Tiffany stored her phone in her bra for 5 years and has been tireless in trying to warn others NOT to do this.  Her efforts include an appearance on The Dr. Oz Show in 2013 which convinced Dr. Oz to also encourage women to keep their phones out of their bras.

There is also a slideshow demonstration, “Cell Phones and Breast Cancer: A Review of the Evidence,” created by Dr. Devra Davis and dozens more links with published research, resources, news stories and more. also provides informational postcards, small cards, and even posters to help raise awareness about radiation exposure health risks.  Some are specifically regarding cell phones in bras:

Cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation exposure can cause a variety of health problems IN ADDITION to increased cancer risk in breasts and everywhere else.  Misdiagnosis is common without proper lab testingActivist Post has reported about this many times before.

For more information, visit the following websites.

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