Not So Great Britain

Anti-mast campaigners showcase Coleshill cancers | April 25, 2007

THOSE WHO ardently believe that mobile phone masts are linked to a high incidence of cancer appear to have found a showcase in Coleshill, Warwickshire.

According to a report in The Sunday Times, Margaret Hines-Randle and 30 of her neighbours in Coleshill are either suffering with cancer or have already died from it.

Residents collated data on their illnesses and sent it to Dr John Walker, a member of the Electromagnetic Radiation Research Trust who studies instances of cancer around mobile phone masts.

He told the paper, “The masts typically throw out microwaves in three directions, and where the beams hit the ground is where you will usually find the cluster of cancers or disease.”

In a single street – Castle Drive, and part of adjacent roads – 31 cases of cancer were found (including Hines-Randle). That’s equivalent to one in every second person living in the immediate area.

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