The new generation of 5G mobile networks currently being deployed does not present "
any new risks
" to health, in view of the data currently available, said the National Health Security Agency (ANSES) on Tuesday, in a long-awaited opinion on this controversial technology.
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However, ANSES recommends continuing studies on exposure to waves in the frequencies currently deployed (3.5 GHz) and indicates that it does not have sufficient data to "
" on possible health effects of 26 GHz frequencies, also used for 5G but not yet allocated in France.