German: MOBI-KIDS-Studie
Japanese: MOBI-KIDS研究

The international multi-centre MOBI-KIDS study was initiated in 2009 to investigate the relationship between communication technologies including mobile phones factors and brain cancer in young people. Over a study period of five years, nearly 2000 young people between 10 to 24 years with brain tumours and a similar number of young people without a brain tumour will beinvited to participate in the study.
Research groups of following countries are involved from the start: Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, Taiwan, and the Netherlands.

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