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Is 5G MmWave Dangerous? We Asked an Expert

Source: digitaltrends.com

Feb 11, 2019 5:51 PM 5+ day ago

There's plenty of consumer anxiety about radiofrequency (RF) radiation, specifically around millimeter waves (mmWave) used on 5G networks. But is it based in reality? We asked the U.S. FDA, which is responsible for monitoring electromagnetic radiation emitting devices, for its stance on the subject.Read more.

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