There were nearly 53,000 reported new cases of thyroid cancer in the United States, resulting in 2,180 deaths, according to the American Cancer Society. And according to statistics, thyroid cancer is 3x more common in women.

A new study led by the Yale School of Public Health found that radiation from cell phones is associated with higher rates of thyroid cancer among people with genetic variations in specific genes. Researchers relied on data collected from 2010 to 2011 when smartphones were first being introduced to the market. At the time, only a small proportion of people had smart phones.

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