According to reports by the Associated Press today, Dr. Ronald B. Herberman, director of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute is warning his fellow faculty and staff members to limit their cell phone usage due a possible risk of cancer. Herberman is basing his alarm on early-unpublished data that contradicts numerous studies that don’t find a link between cancer and cell phone use, and a public lack of worry by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

He says it takes too long to get answers from science and he believes people should take action now – especially when it comes to children. 20 different groups have endorsed the advice the Pittsburgh cancer institute gave, and authorities in England, France and India have cautioned children’s use of cell phones.

ASG Client, Shelly Kalnitsky, President of Interact Communications, has created a device called the Waveshield, which addresses Dr. Herberman concerns. In 1997, he created the device out of growing concern regarding cell phone safety.

The Waveshield reduces the emission of cell phone radiation up to 97%, has been independently tested in U.S. and Russian labs. He also has a similar device for portable home phones.

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