RFcom is based at the University of Ottawa McLaughlin Centre for Population Health Risk Assessment. RFcom is a science-based, independent and credible source of information on health issues related to wireless communications.


October 2011 Health Canada - Safety of Cell Phones and Cell Phone Towers

May 2011 – IARC classifies RF-EMF possibly carcinogenic to humans

May 2011- WHO Fact Sheet EMF and Public Health – Mobile Phones

May 1, 2011 - New research papers now available

Research papers May 2011 – full summaries now available

Dec 2010 - Health Canada Wi-Fi video

Dec 2010 House of Commons – Committee on Health – Report on potential health impacts of RF-EMF

Nov 2010 – Update Menu Review Panel Reports

Oct 2010 - The Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion “Wireless technology and health outcomes: evidence and review"

International Conference on Non-Ionizing Radiation and Children's Health, 18 - 20 May 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia

October 1, 2010 – WiFi and health  - MMF viewpoint

Aug 2010 – WHO Research Agenda RF Fields

See also archives

Information provided on RFcom covers sources of radiofrequency fields (RF) emitted from telecommunication devices such as cellular telephones, base stations, and television and radio transmitter masts and potential health effects. Summaries, scientific abstracts, and full references of the latest research papers are made available each month.

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