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Watch: Globe deploys cell site in FEU-NRMF Medical Center

Globe Telecom fired up a cell site on the roof deck of the Far Eastern University-Nicanor Reyes Medical Foundation (FEU-NRMF), which only supports its claim that cell sites do not pose health risks. 
Watch: Globe deploys cell site in FEU-NRMF
Screengrab from Globe's video

FEU-NRMF benefits from new Globe cell site

In a video posted on its Facebook page, FEU-NRMF Medical Center Administrator Nicanor Reyes IV said equipping the hospital with a cell site enhanced their capacity to communicate with the outside world, especially now that the country slowly shifts to a "new normal" amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

With the new cell site, the official said the FEU-NRMF is no longer facing connectivity issues, which he added was "one of our major advantages."

Reyes also debunked claims that radiation from cell sites causes cancer, saying there were no cases of such a thing.

We've not had any case of cancer regarding cell sites. As a matter of fact, we employ many cell sites and many boosters inside the hospital, Reyes said. 

Globe has been addressing fears of cancer risk from cell sites as negative claims have been delaying the rollout of its towers across the country. 

Even the Department of Health has long debunked the claim that cell sites cause cancer. 

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