On 3/22/18 the independent Ramazzini Institute (RI) of Italy published partial results of their long-term study (beginning in 2005) on the effects of low level radiofrequency radiation (RFR) exposure to rats. In their significant findings of heart tumors (Schwannomas) in male rats, RI results were similar to those in the National Toxicology Program. Further results are expected within the year but like NTP, the Institute decided to release partial results because of the number of people that could be affected given the high rate of cell phone use (and for that matter smart meter and other wireless exposure). Experimental results provide sufficient evidence for reevaluation of IARC conclusions regarding the carcinogenic potential of RFR in humans. Read the Study.