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Christopher Ketcham Criticizes Phone Safety Apathy

 - Jan 7, 2011
References: gq
Christopher Ketchem is extremely frustrated at what he perceives to be a global sense of indifference to recent studies that suggest cell phones might be dangerous to the health of their users.

In a five page expose on the evidence behind the theory and the stagnated sense of awareness that remains despite it, he warns in this GQ article that the opportunity to tackle this major concern before it becomes a disastrous problem is one that should not, under any circumstance, be passed up. And thus, like Ralph Nader with seat-belts before him, Christopher Ketchem and other proponents for tougher and more rigorous cell phone regulation have a tough road ahead of them.

Time will tell if he is on the right side of history.