Cell Phones And Cancer. Should You be Concered? Part 3

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The idea should be to make the SAR rating easy to find for any cell phone before the purchase is made. Indeed, the FCC has a database, but finding your way to it from the FCC's home page, or even it's SAR page (which leads you to another page called the FCC ID search page) is not the most intuitive experience, nor does its name – the Equipment Authorization System — make you feel as though you've found what you're looking for. Marry walked me through the process and then said I had to enter the device's FCC Grantee and Product code into the search page. These codes, according to the FCC's SAR page, are "usually shown somewhere on the case of the phone or device. In many cases, you will have to remove the battery pack to find the number." Of course, as I'm being walked through this process, I'm thinking that to find the SAR rating this way implies that you already have the phone,

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