California Brain Tumor Association

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San Francisco CA USA


We believe that it is our ethical duty to inform and educate the public about the potential hidden long-term health effects of cell phones and other radiation-emitting devices. Even if we agree to disagree on the validity of current scientific studies, we ought to make the compromise that simple precautionary measures ensure global public health.


CABTA was very involved in passing the SF "Right to Know" ordinance and received an honorable commendation from the SF Board of Supervisors. CABTA has appeared on numerous television shows and has testified before Congress multiple times. CABTA currently runs an educational safety program and a dream program.


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Rating: 5 stars  

I can't say enough wonderful things about this nonprofit. GO CABTA!

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