People who developed and died from brain tumors

/People who developed and died from brain tumors
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Cell phones do cause cancer. Wireless radiation emitted from other wireless devices also causes cancer. Cancers which are associated with cell phone use are those which develop in areas the phones are used — brain cancer, acoustic neuroma (a cancer of the ear), and cancer of the salivary gland — or in areas where phones are kept (like in the pocket or the bra).

Alan Marks, a real estate developer from California. Following his diagnosis, his wife established the California Brain Tumor Association and led and won a lawsuit that enabled the city of Berkeley to warn cell phone users of this danger.

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Watch the compelling testimony of Jimmy Gonzalez, an attorney who developed three cancers from his cell phone: brain cancer, cancer in his palm where he held his cell phone, and cancer in his abdomen directly next to the internal pocket of his suit where he kept his cell phone. He died in 2014 at the age of 42.

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Paul Prischman, a worker in the entertainment industry. His doctor confirmed that the cause of his brain tumor was his cell phone. He died at the age of 42.

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Rich Farver, a student at San Diego State University. Following his death, his mother discovered news of a brain cancer cluster at SDSU around the cell tower adjacent to Rich's office building. He died at the age of 29.

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