Health, the misuse cell phone cause brain cancer. Inail sentenced by the court in Ivrea
“For the first time a sentence acknowledges a link between the misuse of the mobile phone and the development of a brain tumor”. Announce the lawyers Renato Ambrosio, Stefano Bertone, of the law firm of turin Ambrosio and Commodo. Health, the misuse cell phone cause brain cancer. Inail sentenced by the court of Ivrea. The Court of Ivrea has condemned the Inail to pay a life annuity from an occupational disease, the employee of a company which has been diagnosed with cancer after that for 15 years has used the phone for more than three hours per day without protections. The judgment, announced today by the lawyers, is of last march 30. The judge of the work of the Court of Ivrea, mr. Luca Fadda, recognizes that the tumor, benign, but debilitating, contract man-it was caused by the misuse of the mobile phone. Italy, serves raising awareness for the conscious use of the mobile phone. “We hope the ruling leads them to an awareness-raising campaign, which in Italy is still there,” says the lawyer Stefano Bertone. “As a study – he adds – we have opened the site neurinomi.info, where users can find advice on the correct use of the cell phone.” “I don't want to demonize the use of the mobile phone, but I think it is necessary to make a conscious use”. Says Roberto Romeo, an employee of a large Italian company for 57 years, where the Court of Ivrea has recognized an annuity from an occupational disease, upholding the appeal of its lawyers. “I was obliged to use always the cell phone to speak with staff and to organize the work, " said the man. For 15 years I have made countless phone calls, even twenty and thirty minutes, at home, in the car. Then I started to get the feeling of ears plugged, of a hearing. And in 2010 I was diagnosed with cancer. Now I can't feel anything from the right ear because I has been removed, the auditory nerve”.
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