The MOBI-Kids study protocol: Challenges in assessing childhood and adolescent exposure to electromagnetic fields from wireless telecommunication technologies and possible association with brain tumor risk

Siegal Sadetzki*, Chelsea Eastman Langer, Revital Bruchim, Michael Kundi, Franco Merletti, Roel Vermeulen, Hans Kromhout, Lee Ae-Kyoung, Myron Maslanyj, Malcolm R. Sim, Masao Taki, Joe Wiart, Bruce Armstrong, Elizabeth Milne, Geza Benke, Rosa Schattner, Hans Peter Hutter, Adelheid Woehrer, Daniel Krewski, Charmaine MohippFranco Momoli, Paul Ritvo, John Spinelli, Brigitte Lacour, Dominique Delmas, Thomas Remen, Katja Radon, Tobias Weinmann, Swaantje Klostermann, Sabine Heinrich, Eleni Petridou, Evdoxia Bouka, Paraskevi Panagopoulou, Rajesh Dikshit, Rajini Nagrani, Hadas Even-Nir, Angela Chetrit, Milena Maule, Enrica Migliore, Graziella Filippini, Lucia Miligi, Stefano Mattioli, Naohito Yamaguchi, Noriko Kojimahara, Mina Ha, Kyung Hwa Choi, Andrea t. Mannetje, Amanda Eng, Alistair Woodward, Gema Carretero, Juan Alguacil, Nuria Aragones, Maria Morales Suare-Varela, Geertje Goedhart, A. Antoinette Y.N. Schouten-van Meeteren, A. Ardine M.J. Reedijk, Elisabeth Cardis

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