The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

The underlying article, which I've obtained from Israel, which was published in the Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics journal for 2010, is a very precise and, some would say, uninteresting article, save for scientists, about flashing light at mice for one-hour pulses and seeing what happens to cell division in the brain. The conclusions of the two researchers -- it's Dr Ben-Shlomo in Haifa and Mr Kyriacou in Leicester -- is that there was some sort of association between cell division and changes in the cells, but they find no causal relationship between turning on lights for a short period of time and cancer.

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