Confronting Risk of Bias in RF Bioeffects Research. Comments on Two Papers by Vijayalaxmi and Prihoda

Last updated on 12-6-2020 by Jill Alexandre

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Abstract: In two meritorious published articles (1, 2 ), Vijayalaxmi and Prihoda reviewed 225 published laboratory studies with a total of 2,160 individual tests on genetic damage to mammalian cells from exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy. This work extended their previously published reviews covering the time periods, 1990–2005 (3 ) and 1990–2011 (4 ). The work raises questions about how to improve the quality of RF bioeffects research. Vijayalaxmi and Prihoda applied four quality criteria to each article: 1. adequacy of exposure assessment; 2. blinded d…

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