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References Colonna A Cellular phones and cancer: current status. Bull Cancer 2005;92(7):637-43. Hamblin DL, Croft RJ, Wood AW, Stough C, Spong J The sensitivity of human event-related potentials and reaction time to mobile phone-emitted electromagnetc field. Bioelectromagnetics 2006;27(4);265-73. Parazzini M, Bell S, Thuroczy G, Molnar F, Tognola G, Lutman ME, Ravazzani P Influence on the mechanisms of generation of distortion product otoacoustic emissions of mobile phone exposure. Hear Res 2005;208(1-2):68-78. Straume A, Oftedal G, Johnsson A Skin

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References [1] Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications - MIC. (2007). Study report on the effect of radio waves on medical devices . [2] Baranchuk, A., Kang, J., Shaw, C., Campbell, D., Ribas, S., Hopman, W.M. et al. (2009). Electromagnetic interference of communication devices on ECG machines. Clinical Cardiology , 32 (10), 588-592. [3] van Lieshout, E.J., van der Veer, S.N., Hensbroek, R., Korevaar, J.C., Vroom, M.B., Schultz, M.J. (2007). Interference by new-generation mobile phones on critical care medical equipment. Critical Care , 11 (5), R98. [4