Calling for trouble

Calling for trouble ralph Mills first knew something was wrong with his brain when he lost track of his own garden. As a truck driver, he had navigated his way across Europe; suddenly his own house was a big maze. Baffled, he visited a doctor, and within an hour was hospitalised; a brain tumour, the size of a tennis ball, was diagnosed above his right ear. Mills, from Essex, the uk, wondered whether the tumour was related to his constant use of a cellphone? For 12 years, he had used a cellphone for about an hour-and-a-half each day. He now wants to sue the manufacturers for failing to warn him of the

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