The Death For Wireless Telecoms?

Martin, Michael J.
February 2001
Wireless Week;02/19/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p33
Trade Publication
Deals with the lawsuit to be filed by Peter Angelos, owner of the Baltimore Orioles, against wireless companies for his claim that wireless telephones cause brain tumors as of February 2001. How the wireless companies can settle the claims; Basis for the effect of the telephones to brain.


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