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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has retreated from a grass-roots effort to relax mobile-phone radiation safety guidelines, but the group continues to dismiss non-thermal biological effects that some studies suggest could be harmful to human health.

An IEEE working group made the decision to scrap a preliminary draft of the radio-frequency radiation standard at a meeting with federal regulators in Motorola Inc.’s laboratories at Plantation, Fla. The draft sparked controversy after news reports revealed it would significantly lower radiation exposure limits and eliminate the distinction between workers and consumers. See our original posting below and the EMR Network’s press release.

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