Wireless Electrical and Electromagnetic Pollution News
28 May 2010
This morning's (Saturday's) Wall Street Journal has a story on the Interphone study by its "Numbers Guy" (Carl Bialik):
He includes a useful graphic that shows how the OR's (odds ratios or tumor risks) change with a correction for selection bias, which was taken from Appendix 2.
And do check out his accompanying blog item:
The Wall Street Journal is the first major U.S. newspaper to run a story on Interphone in its print edition. It comes more than ten days after most of the other press coverage --this one was worth waiting for.
Microwave News continues to update its Interphone Resources page:
It now features more than 100 different listings, including news stories, press releases and statements, blog entries, radio shows and videos.
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