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Reply # 551287 29-Nov-2011 09:01 Send private message

PaulBrislen: Panadol? Liver damage, dehydration issues.... inside that little tinfoil pack they're practically heroin!

edit: uh, that's a joke by the way Panadol. Please don't sue Mauricio for publishing such obvious lies. Innocent

The answer then is Tinfoil
If Tinfoil protects you from radiation harm, and tinfoil protects drugs...
eat the wrapper... (we should have been doing this years ago)

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  Reply # 551450 29-Nov-2011 13:51 Send private message

Yes well there's nothing like actually having a brain tumour of some sort (Acountic Neuroma in my case - http://www.acousticneuroma.org/causes) to focus you attention on whether there is a connection, particularly when it is on the side of your head where you always held the phone.

However, I've also concluded the research actually shows no reliable connection.

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