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

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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.”