Cell phone users could be in more danger than if they were smoking or exposed to asbestos – that's the verdict of an Australian neuro-surgeon, who says that prolonged use of cell phones could double a user's risk of brain cancer. 

Vini Khurana, who bases his statements on what he calls a 15-month critical review, is calling for a scientific study into the effects of cell phone usage.
Khurana says the danger of cell phone usage could have broader health ramifications than asbestos or smoking and should be of particular concern regarding young children.