Radiation emitted from cell phones may be injurious to a human user. The patented sheild is used to encase a cell phone. The shield prevents the harmful effects of long term exposure to the short waves penetrating the brain.
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Publication number: US5726383 A
Patent Title: Telephone radiation shield
Application number: US 08/638,682
Publication date: Mar 10, 1998
Filing date: Apr 29, 1996
Priority date: Apr 29, 1996
Inventors: Uri Geller, Meir Gitlis
Original Assignee: Geller; Uri, Gitlis; Meir