“While Davis cannot resolve the fundamental questions about the potential dangers of extensive electronic radiation, she deftly navigates the history of the cellphone and the scientific studies surrounding its use. She picks apart many of the assumptions that continue to guide cellphone regulations…[and] makes a compelling case for U.S. authorities to update their standards, especially in light of how much we now use our devices and the number of teenagers who now have them.”
—Juliet Eilperin, the Washington Post.

“This book describes an immense disconnect between common opinions about cell phone safety and the actual data.”
—David Servan-Schreiber, M.D., Ph.D., author of Anticancer, from the Foreword

“A critically important book that is a must read for parents and policy makers.  A surprising, well-documented and compelling call for action.”
—Phil Lee M.D., former U.S. Assistant Secretary for Health, Chancellor Emeritus, University of California, San Francisco

“An amazing and important book that must be read to be believed.  Are these devices safe for humans?  The don’t ask, don’t tell approach of industry is irresponsible at best, criminal at worst.  Read and learn why and how to protect yourself and your loved ones.”
—Mark Hyman M.D., author of The UltraMind Solution and Chairman, The Institute for Functional Medicine

“A brilliant and courageous tour de force by one of our nation’s leading environmental health experts.  Davis provides a detailed expose that forces us all to take a good hard look at what we know and what we don’t know about cell phones.”
—Ronald B. Herberman, Founding Director Emeritus of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute

“Devra Davis has written a book that will  change the way the world thinks about cell phones and the potential public heath disaster they represent.”
—Carlos Santos-Burgoa, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., past-President International Society for Environmental Epidemiology