"On February 13, 1997, we published the lead article
in a widely cited medical journal, in which we reported
an association between cellular telephone
calls and motor vehicle collisions.1 During that week we
participated in more than 50 media interviews because we
think scientists have an obligation to communicate with society.
During subsequent years we have stayed in the academic
field analyzing the limitations, implications and misquotations
of our research.2–6 We are not activists on a
public crusade. We are not lobbyists with a mission."
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