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Parliamentary questions
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27 March 2018
E-001837-18
Question for written answer E-001837-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Ivan Jakovčić (ALDE)

 Subject:  Base stations
 Answer in writing 

The latest findings from the world’s largest study into radiation from base stations, which was conducted by the renowned Italian Ramazzini Institute, identified a link between exposure to legally permitted levels of radiation from base stations and cancer.

Is the Commission aware of this research and its findings?

Does the Commission consider it necessary to further review the existing provisions regulating exposure to radio frequency radiation?

Original language of question: HR 
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