This article is from thegreengazette.ca … advice from Dr. Anthony B. Miller, Canada’s foremost expert in radiation and cancer.
“It is important to recognize that there are no safe levels of exposure to human carcinogens. Although risk increases with increasing intensity of exposure, and for many carcinogens, such as tobacco smoke, even more with increasing duration of exposure, the only way to avoid the carcinogenic risk is to avoid exposure altogether…”
We can lessen our risk of contracting cancer by avoiding unnecessary exposure to environmental carcinogens. Currently there are multiple such examples for instance, cell phones, the masts, wi-fi, smart meters, cigarette smoke, food additives, additives to care products … the list goes on. NZ’s current cancer statistics are one in three.