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Do bluetooth heart rate monitors cause cancer risk?

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Dr. Jeffrey Buchsbaum answered

Specializes in Radiation Oncology

Probably not.: This is perhaps the most complete answer on electromagnetic energy (cell phones in this case) and cancer. In short, we cannot say yes for sure, but we have not seen a spike in cancer that seems to depend on bluetooth...So if it does, it is subtle. http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/risk/cellphones.

Answered 9/15/2013

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Dr. David Kornguth answered

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Not really: I would not worry at all about bluetooth monitors causing cancer.

Answered 9/22/2013

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