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The latest study led by the Institute of Cancer Epidemiology in Denmark looked at more than 350,000 people with mobile phones over an 18-year period.
Researchers concluded users were at no greater risk than anyone else of developing brain cancer.
In doing so, the WHO put mobile phones in the same category as coffee, meaning a link could not be ruled out but could not be proved either.
Of the 358,403 mobile phone owners looked at, 356 gliomas (a type of brain cancer) and 846 cancers of the central nervous system were seen - both in line with incidence rates among those who did not own a mobile.
Even among those who had had mobiles the longest - 13 years or more - the risk was no higher, the researchers concluded.