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Evaluation of Mobile Phone and Cordless Phone Use and Glioma Risk Using the Bradford Hill Viewpoints from 1965 on Association or Causation

Table 8

Temporality. Odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence interval (CI) for latency and glioma risk in three different case-control studies, Interphone 2010 (mobile phone) [2], Coureau et al. 2014 (mobile phone) [39], and Hardell and Carlberg 2015 (wireless phones) [38].

All>10 y latency>20 y latency

Interphone (2010)
Mobile phone0.81
(0.70–0.94)
2.18(1.43–3.31)
Coureau et al. (2014)
Mobile phone1.24
(0.86–1.77)
1.61
(0.85–3.09)
 (i) Last decile of cumulative duration (≥896 h)
  (a) 1 y censorship2.89
(1.41–5.93)
  (b) 5 y censorship5.30
(2.12–13.23)
Hardell and Carlberg (2015)
Wireless phone1.31
(1.11–1.56)
1.55
(1.23–1.96)
2.01
(1.41–2.88)
Mobile phone1.31
(1.09–1.58)
1.55
(1.21–1.99)
2.18
(1.50–3.15)

Regular use, 1–1.9 y latency = OR 1.0.

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