Cell phone users worried about getting brain cancer aren't off the hook yet, the Associated Press reports. A major international study into the link between cell phone use and two types of brain cancer has proved inconclusive, according to a report due to be published in a medical journal on May 18. A 10-year survey of almost 13,000 participants found most cell phone use didn't increase the risk of developing meningioma--a common and frequently benign tumor--or glioma--a rarer but deadlier form of cancer. There were "suggestions" that using cell phones for more than 30 minutes each day could increase the...

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