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Non-ionizing Radiation Exposures

Non-ionizing radiation includes exposures such as electromagnetic fields (EMF) produced by power lines and radiofrequency energy used in microwave ovens or emitted by cell phones. DCEG researchers investigate the cancer risks from environmental and occupational exposure to non-ionizing radiation, including:

Occupational EMF and Adult Brain Tumors

Cellular Telephones and Brain Tumors


Radiation Epidemiology Branch - Research Areas