Study overviews

Mobile phone related articles are

Epidemiological studies on mobile communications

324 studies in total
  1. 118 studies
  2. 99 studies
  3. 90 studies
  4. 46 studies
  5. 17 studies
Authors Year Study type Study group Observation period Study location Endpoints Parameters
Myung SK et al. 2009 meta-analysis men, women, 18–90 years 1994 - 2004 Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Israel, USA, Japan non-Hodgkin lymphoma, malignant and benign brain tumors (glioma, meningioma, pituitary tumor, acoustic neuroma, intratemporal facial nerve tumor), uveal melanoma, salivary gland tumor, malignant and benign parotid gland tumors, testicular cancers (seminoma and nonseminoma) mobile communications, analog mobile phone, digital mobile phone, personal
Benson VS et al. 2013 cohort study women, ≥ 50 years 1996 - 2009, baseline survey on mobile phone use 1999 - 2005, follow-up in 2009 UK non-Hodgkin lymphoma, myeloma, and leukaemia, glioma, meningioma, pituitary tumor, acoustic neuroma, breast cancer, other head and neck tumors; cancer of oesophagus, stomach, colon, rectum, pancreas, lung, melanoma, cancer of endometrium, ovary, kidney, bladder, eye, and thyroid mobile phone, mobile communications, personal
Schoemaker MJ et al. 2009 case-control study men, women, 18–59 years December 2000 - February 2005 UK pituitary tumor mobile communications, analog mobile phone, digital mobile phone, personal
Shrestha M et al. 2015 case-control study men, women, 20–69 years 2000 - 2002 Finland pituitary tumor analog mobile phone, digital mobile phone, GSM, NMT, mobile communications
Leng L et al. 2016 case-control study men, women, children, 6–82 years 2006 - 2010 China pituitary tumor mobile phone, mobile communications, also other exposures without EMF
Han YY et al. 2012 - - - - vestibular schwannoma mobile phone, mobile communications, also other exposures without EMF
Moon IS et al. 2014 case-control study men, women, ≥ 18 years January 1991 - December 2010 South Korea vestibular schwannoma mobile phone, mobile communications, personal
Schüz J et al. 2011 cohort study men, women, ≥ 30 years 1998 - 2006 Denmark vestibular schwannoma, also termed acoustic neuroma mobile communications, mobile phone