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Tumours For The Masses
Member Name: bandoo
Date: 29/12/00, updated on 29/12/00 (3 review reads)
Advantages: Good For Emergencies
Hands up especially if they are hands free ! Who owns a mobile ? I do and I bet you do too.
Now the reason for my comment is the latest law suit being thrown at Vodafone (who we all know, some better than others) by an American for causing a brain tumour.
Hang on, haven't we heard this somewhere before ? I thought that someone died from a tumour that was suspiciously near the area where her phone antenna was placed each time she used her mobile.
I, myself, buy a prepaid £10 voucher which lasts me almost four months - heavy mobile user you can tell !! I am one of those - incase of emergency users - and rarely call anyone. Many people seem to be attached to their phone and I have heard of people dropping them in the bath and down the toilet.
Now if these mobiles do contribute to the cause of tumours why, this Xmas, have many a youngster - and I mean young as in 13 or 14 years old - found such a mobile in their Xmas stocking. Apart from a fashion accessory or to show that they are cool is owning a mobile an absolute necessity ? Is it safe to assume that the Day Of The Trifids has come in the form of a mobile phone - NHS beware in the next 5 - 10 years there may well be an upsurge in the number of neurological patients visiting our hospitals.