Dunno about that, Jim...
An awful lot of hams have prostate cancer. It's amazing to me how often I
run into a ham on a cancer support list. Either we hams are far more likely
to be active on the boards, or we are more likely to attract cancer.
Similar observation for pilots. Nothing scientific, of course, just a
And there are probably quite a few of us who have prostate cancer and don't
know it. I've often wondered whether all those days as a teenager spent
operating, at times with homebrewed KW amps that were rather poorly
shielded, might some day do me in.
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| The only people I ever knew that died from exposure to RF were people
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