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Originally posted by BOHICA
"It ... appears not to take into account the many potential confounding factors that could have skewed the results," Evers, who works at the Academic Hospital in Maastricht in the Netherlands, said in a statement.
Britain's National Radiological Protection Board, which has reviewed research into the health effects of exposure to radiofrequency waves including mobile phones, said, so far, the waves appear to be safe.
Male fertility can be affected by stress, smoking, environmental factors, etc. Seems the debate, regarding the effect of cell phones on male fertility, will have to go on.