Expected since 2016, the Mobi-kids study has just been published – in all discretion – on 30 December 2021. According to the authors, there is no risk of brain tumours for young people… Through our investigation and analysis, we exclusively reveal the serious conflicts of interest found within the experts and the major role of certain industrialists, including the operator Orange, in distorting science. Other investigations are underway, and we will be sure to make them public by updating this page.

 

[1/7] Mobi-kids : our summary of the study

Mobi-kids : our summary of the study

[2/7] Mobi-Kids: A study with controversial results

 

Mobi-Kids: A study with controversial results

 

[3/7] Mobi-kids study: a new version with conflicts of interest

 

Mobi-kids study: a new version with conflicts of interest

 

[4/7] Mobi-kids: Orange at the heart of the study!

 

Mobi-kids: Orange at the heart of the study!

 

[5/7] Mobi-kids: Daniel Krewski, an author with multiple conflicts of interest

 

Mobi-kids: Daniel Krewski, an author with multiple conflicts of interest

[6/7] Mobi-kids: Korean expert Ae-Kyoung Lee’s conflicts of interest revealed

Mobi-kids: Korean expert Ae-Kyoung Lee’s conflicts of interest revealed

[7/7] Mobi-kids : A fourth expert, the Japanese Masao Taki, also conceals his conflict of interest

Mobi-kids: A fourth expert, the Japanese Masao Taki, also conceals his conflicts of interest

 

 

 

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