The MOBI-Kids Study Protocol: Challenges in Assessing Childhood and Adolescent Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields from Wireless Telecommunication Technologies and Possible Association with Brain Tumor Risk

S. Sadetzki, CE Langer, R Bruchim, M Kundi, F Merletti, R Vermeulen, H Kromhout, AK Lee, J Maslany, MR Sim, M Taki, J Wiart, B Armstrong, Elizabeth Milne, G. Benke, R Schattner, HP Hutter, A Woehrer, D Krewski, C MohippF Momoli, P Ritvo, J Spinelli, B Lacour, D Delmas, T Remen, K Radon, T Weinmann, S Klostermann, S Heinrich, E Petridou, E Bouka, P Panagopoulou, R Dikshit, R Nagrani, H Even-Nir, A Chetrit, M Maule, E Migliore, G Filippini, L Miligi, S Mattlioli, N Yamaguchi, N Kojimahara, M Ha, KH Choi, A Mannetje, A Eng, A Woodward, G Carretero, J Alguacil, N Aragones, MM Suare-Varela, G Goedhart, AA Schouten-Van Meeteren, AA Reedijk, E Cardis

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)124
JournalFrontiers in Public Health
Volume2
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Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Sadetzki, S., Langer, CE., Bruchim, R., Kundi, M., Merletti, F., Vermeulen, R., Kromhout, H., Lee, AK., Maslany, J., Sim, MR., Taki, M., Wiart, J., Armstrong, B., Milne, E., Benke, G., Schattner, R., Hutter, HP., Woehrer, A., Krewski, D., ... Cardis, E. (2014). The MOBI-Kids Study Protocol: Challenges in Assessing Childhood and Adolescent Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields from Wireless Telecommunication Technologies and Possible Association with Brain Tumor Risk. Frontiers in Public Health, 2, 124. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2014.00124