Yes, I do think there is a concern and it's not just cancer, which I agree with the notion that my body's immune system is always working to keep me healthy. However, I recently came across some articles that suggests dirty electricity could be a cause of ALS/Lou Gehrigs disease. In ALS, nerve cells (neurons) waste away or die, and can no longer send messages to muscles. I have a been researching causes of ALS for quite some time (I have a family member who has it & so did her neighbor die of it too). I plan on reading the book by Dr. Sam Milham, "Dirty Electricity, Electrification and Diseases of Civilazation." He is an Epidemiologist. Listed below is some of his credentials from the web (not verified).
I realize there are "industries" out there that DO NOT AGREE with this! I have always used a corded headset for my cell phone, turn off the wi-fi part of it, unless absolutely necessary. I am also thinking about not using the cordless phone's in our house.
While I have not read the book yet, I have read his papers online, and I have talked to Dr. Milham via the phone and emails.
Dr. Sam Milham's Education and Experience: Union College, Schenectady, New York, September 1950-June 1954, B.S. Sigma Xi, Fuller Chemistry Prize New York State Medical Scholarship.
Albany Medical College, September 1954-June 1958, M.D. Alpha Omega Alpha.
Intern, U.S. Public Health Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, July 1958-July 1959.
U.S. Public Health Service Residency in Public Health. Assigned to Monroe County Health Department, Rochester, New York, July 1959-August 1960.
Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, September 1960-June 1961, M.P.H.
Senior Resident in Epidemiology. Epidemiology Residency Program, New York State Department of Health, June 1961-1962.
Development Consultant. New York State Department of Health, 1963-1967.
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Albany Medical College, July 1964-1967.
Diplomate, American Board of Preventive Medicine, June 1966.
Associate Professor, University of Hawaii School of Public Health and Medical School, 1967-1968.
Travel Fellowship, IARC 1971.
Section Head, Epidemiology Section, Washington State Department of Health, 1968-1986.
Travel Fellowship, International Cancer Research Technology Transfer, 1981.
Washington State Public Health Association Annual Award, 1986.
Chronic Disease Epidemiologist, Washington State Department of Health, 1968-1988.
Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington School of Public Health, 1968--.
Section Head, Chronic Disease Epidemiology Section, Washington State Department of Health, 1988-May 1992.
Adjunct Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 1989--.
Robert Carl Strom Foundation Humanitarian Award, 1990.
Member of Bioelectromagnetics Society, 1984--.
http://d1fj3024k72gdx.cloudfront.net/Milham-ALS-Paper-2010.pdf (Medical Hypothesis)
Feel free to set me straight.
P.S.Sorry so long, I couldn't figure out how to add a link.