During Sunday night's Super Bowl, Dolly Parton pulled a cell phone out of her bra stating that she needed "to get something off my chest." She urged people to "do it for the phones" meaning to connect to America's 5G network so that the phones can "shine their brightest."
T-Mobile has a new 5G advertising campaign where Dolly Parton calls on Miley Cyrus to "use her voice" to help the phones who are trapped in "a limited network." Miley then sings "A Song for 5G Phones" as part of the new T-Mobile Campaign "Do It For the Phones."
T-Mobile must remove this Super Bowl ad and to inform women that cell phones should stay out of the bra. Stay tuned for our next step.
We love Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus. Today we urge them to join us in our call for safety. The bra should be a NO cell phone zone!
Case Reports in Medicine published reports in 2013 documenting four young women who developed unusual breast cancers located directly underneath the skin -where they placed their cell phones in their bra. EHT has now been contacted by over a dozen women.
A 2020 case control study published in Cancer Management and Research found cell phone use significantly increased breast cancer risk, particularly in women who used phones close to their breast.
What can you do?
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