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The Media Is Overstating the Health Danger of 5G

Misguided caution about the health effects of cellphones and their networks is hindering progress

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I am a student at Harvard College studying electrical engineering and am in no way affiliated with telecommunications companies or lobbyist groups seeking to expedite the rollout of 5G or activist groups seeking to halt

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