Scientists and Health Professionals Overwhelmingly Think 5G Doesn't Cause Cancer

In fact, many wonder why we're not more concerned with UV or other types of radiation

There are scientific theories, some with extraordinary supporting evidence, that clearly identify carcinogens. But when I asked Dr. Michael La Quaglia, my granddaughter’s cancer surgeon, how a 2.5-year-old gets pancreatoblastoma, he looked me straight in the eye and said, “If we knew, we could prevent it. All I can do is try to remove it. And with God’s help, I will be successful.”