A study warns that the danger of heavy mobile use is 25 per cent greater than was suggested in a recently published landmark investigation. The new report claims that the £15million, decade-long Interphone study was so flawed that all of the risk levels it produced must be increased significantly.

It says that the world’s 4billion mobile phone users should keep handsets away from their heads and bodies to lower the increased risk of developing cancer, and that governments should strengthen their public health warnings on the topic. However cancer charities said the new claims were “overblown”.

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