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Physicians speak out on wireless exposure

Briefs | 07/09/2014 5:01 pm EDT

A group of physicians on Wednesday presented Health Canada with a letter asking it to take stronger action to protect people against the effects of radiation from wireless signals, including from cellphone towers and WiFi networks.

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