New study says cell phones may cause cancer

The International Agency for Research on Cancer, which is part of the World Health Organization (WHO), says in a new report that mobile phones may cause cancer.

Experts in the study say cell phone usage carries the same risk as lead poisoning and engine exhaust.

News 12 New Jersey spoke with cell phone users about whether or not they'd give up their phones to avoid getting cancer. Many say they've heard about the risks before, but no one was willing to completely give up their cell.

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